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    want to buy a house

    if i borrow 2.3mil off a thai bank to buy a house anyone know how much per month i would have to pay back say over 25-30 years?
    a thai friend told me around 15,000 per month

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    sounds about right

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    anyone bought a house from start to finish how long does it take to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fish
    anyone bought a house from start to finish how long does it take to do?
    I bought a house for cash.
    Agreeing the price took 3 months
    The sale and paperwork took one day

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fish
    anyone bought a house from start to finish how long does it take to do?
    2 days for my new place in the jungle.

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    New house or secondhand?

    Secondhand you can have all sorts of problems with people involved. New is a lot easier.

    I had friends try to buy two houses in Chach. One they gave up on because various people got involved trying to skim money off it and I think they bought the second one they looked at on finance., not 100% sure but I think there were no problems with that one.

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    ^
    my second hand one was a lot less hassle than my new one.

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    There you go then two different stories.

    Good stuff.

    Where is your new house and what happened to your old house? How big is your new place?

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    I'm still living in the old place.
    will be until a new house gets built on the property we just bought.
    can't live in the shack that we got with the land.

    there's a thread about it somewhere.

    http://teakdoor.com/construction-tha...se-sticks.html

    In two minds whether or not to sell the one I'm in at the moment.

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    I would keep the wooden place.

    i love them.

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    Built one place out in the village and bought a small three bedroom in the city so the kids could be close to a good school wich the missus took a loan out for the house was about 1.8 mil bht and we put about 200k down payments are 12k a month. Seemed very easy for the wife to get but there was loads for her and I to sign

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    so 15,000 sounds about right then thanks

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