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Construction in Thailand Is building in Thailand as bad as it seems? Can properties really be built and fitted out to European standards? Would you like to Build your own house in Phuket, or a swimming pool in Bangkok? Solar water heating in Pattaya? Or maybe you want to build a resort or guesthouse on Koh Samui? If you want to build a luxury house in Thailand then this is the forum for you.

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Old 15-03-2016, 02:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How safe is Property Investment in Thailand?

I came across this video on YouTube. This company (New Nordic) is offering 10% guaranteed returns per year on property investment in Pattaya which sounds like a very good deal...BUT is this safe? Does anyone have experience with this company or with these kinds of investments?

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My advice is don't believe anything anyone says about land investment in Thailand.
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"Guaranteed". "Returns of 10%". "Per year".

Words and phrases that immediately set my Bullshit Detector(TM) off.
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"Guaranteed". "Returns of 10%". "Per year".

Words and phrases that immediately set my Bullshit Detector(TM) off.
"Pattaya" sets of mine
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Good point, that should've been the first clue!
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How safe? You decide.

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Exactly what I was going to add, Neal.

This combination of words = RUN!
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drummond did a story on this scam the other week

HOW TO LIVE 'COMFORTABLY IN THAILAND ON US$560 (20,000 BAHT) A MONTH - THE VIKING SECRET - Andrew Drummond


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my Bullshit Detector(TM) off.
can you tell me where you find your certified calibration turd ?
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TDH, Smeg's posts, any one of them.
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I came across this video on YouTube. This company (New Nordic) is offering 10% guaranteed returns per year on property investment in Pattaya
I would ask for a non transferable, non negotiable letter of credit with a proper bank covering the 10% guarantee which would be released annually and according to the contract to test the waters.

The Nordic group have a good name here but would they back their guarantees with Letters of Credit???????????????
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drummond did a story on this scam the other week

HOW TO LIVE 'COMFORTABLY IN THAILAND ON US$560 (20,000 BAHT) A MONTH - THE VIKING SECRET - Andrew Drummond


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my Bullshit Detector(TM) off.
can you tell me where you find your certified calibration turd ?
Andrew Drummond has been on his case for quite a while.
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can you tell me where you find your certified calibration turd ?
Have you tried Tuk Com? They sell all kinds of shit.
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I have a $1000 in clean dollar bills for sale. I'll give you a guaranteed 10% ROI for 10 years.

Yours for just $2500
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Companies like this offer up a 10% sweetener simply because they know there are fools out there who actually think it can be achieved in today's market.

I mean, it's business 1 0 1.

Relieve the fool from his money.
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Old 16-03-2016, 10:54 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Not sure about now ........but it's all about Location,Location,Location.

When I lived in Koh Samui I built a House and brought a 2 Rai plot of land as well ( 15 Years Ago )

The 2 Rai plot I brought for 600,000 was resold a few years later for 1,200,000 ( minus tax )

I also brought a 1 Rai plot for 600,000 with a friend and we divided it into 3 plot ,he built a house ,I built a house and we later sold the 3rd plot for 450,000, so mine and my friends plot which we built our house's on only cost 75,000 each

On my Plot I Built a House with a Swimming Pool for 2,000,000 ( including the land price ) and sold it for 3,500,000 . I did here the guy that brought it later sold it for 6,000,000 +, and I hate to think what price the 2 Rai plot of land I sold is worth now ???... In Hindsight it could have been a nice little nest egg if I had not sold them , but it's too late now to start thinking about 'If's' and 'But's' And I was quiet happy with my returns at the time .

I had a Company and did everything above-board

Not sure if it could still be done today though, but I'm quiet happy living in our House here in Surin that was build from the profit I made on just the Samui House sale


BTW..No way would I trust a Company like the one in the OP !!!
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I bought a NN condo and although the building is still not on the market, they pay 10% monhly at the exact date. I am not saying I am not afraid of a default but I visited them in Pattaya and their hotel operation is real and working. THey can be seen on Tripadvisor with good reviews. So, lets see.
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And if they don't meet their obligation what are you going to do ?

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I bought a house in the UK for 62,000 in 1991, sold it for 235,000 in 2007.
Bought a bungalow in 2006 for 320,000 now worth 780,000
I bought 12,000 shares for my pension in Lloyds Bank , were worth 7.30 each, today worth 69p each...I don't give out advice just warnings, hold on to your cash ��
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I bought a house in the UK for 62,000 in 1991, sold it for 235,000 in 2007.
I bought a villa in Lalaland for 12mm bht in 2003, doubtful I could get 10mm bht for it in 2017.
Gave the ex a 350K apt in the 'loo, Sydney 1999 (amongst other things) to get rid of her. Recently sold for 1.49mm. Bummer.

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I bought a house in the UK for 62,000 in 1991, sold it for 235,000 in 2007.
I bought a villa in Lalaland for 12mm bht in 2003, doubtful I could get 10mm bht for it in 2017.
Gave the ex a 350K apt in the 'loo, Sydney 1999 (amongst other things) to get rid of her. Recently sold for 1.49mm. Bummer.


You and I should start up a firm of financial advisors
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I bought a house in the UK for 62,000 in 1991, sold it for 235,000 in 2007.
Bought a bungalow in 2006 for 320,000 now worth 780,000
I bought 12,000 shares for my pension in Lloyds Bank , were worth 7.30 each, today worth 69p each...I don't give out advice just warnings, hold on to your cash ��
Lloyds a good buy today, I bought a 100k at 55p in August last year, 2.2p dividend (including the special divi) due in May, Government holding now below 3% should be zero in another couple of months and PPI claims nearly at an end. The company is on a sound footing these days and I expect an 80p+++++ sp within 12 months and increasing dividends. BUY.
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I bought a house in the UK for 62,000 in 1991, sold it for 235,000 in 2007.
Bought a bungalow in 2006 for 320,000 now worth 780,000
I bought 12,000 shares for my pension in Lloyds Bank , were worth 7.30 each, today worth 69p each...I don't give out advice just warnings, hold on to your cash ��
Lloyds a good buy today, I bought a 100k at 55p in August last year, 2.2p dividend (including the special divi) due in May, Government holding now below 3% should be zero in another couple of months and PPI claims nearly at an end. The company is on a sound footing these days and I expect an 80p+++++ sp within 12 months and increasing dividends. BUY.
I wish you, as I would anyone well with their investments but I am a buy in the dips and collect the dividends in the highs investor.
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