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    Thank you. Yes enjoy it. I am going to start a build soon. Getting a lot of ideas from here which is a big help. I am from the USA as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vettronics View Post
    Thank you. Yes enjoy it. I am going to start a build soon. Getting a lot of ideas from here which is a big help. I am from the USA as well.
    Outstanding on your build. There is some good information on this site. You can build a quality home here in Thailand if you are diligent in your search.

    Top things on the list

    * Find a reputable builder in your area that has a dedicated staff.. Go see some of their builds and talk with their clients.

    * Stay close to the build and follow the foreman around

    * Big one that helps is having your spouse being on the same page and a bit tenacious on what you want.

    I am extremely happy with our general contractor. It's top quality and well made and finished. Yes we paid a bit more but we got what we paid for. You know that saying from the US.

    Again Welcome. Be glad to help if you should need information.

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    Yellow Book

    Well right after our house blessing the Local Amphur called my wife and I so I could come down pick up this;



    I actually enjoyed this process. It took a lot of paperwork and time but my wife really insisted I have this as I worked very hard to get her her US Citizenship and Passport and she felt it only right plus now she will complete her will and make notes as I am officially on the title for the home (Again we all know about the land but we have learned a few things about the land during this process). Plus this registers our marriage in Thailand.

    The process took about 3 weeks in all. After all the paperwork was filed out and a few Amphur visits, we had to have a meeting with the Grand Pubah of the Moo Ban I had already met him and he is great friends with my FIL plus I helped him fix his tractor. We all sat in the Amphur for about 1 hr and met with the Senior Govt officer and I went through a small interview. I understand some Thai, speak it marginally but I just smiled a lot and laughed. A host of paperwork was signed off by all of us around the table and that was that, my Yellow book.

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