In this Condominium properties are currently has available for rent or sale
This is a high-rise residential complex located in Sukhumvit 20, a short distance to the Asoke BTS and Sukhumvit MRT stations with a free shuttle service.
For convenience, this condo also provides entrances from Sukhumvit 16 and Sukhumvit 18.
When it comes to buying or renting a condo in Sukhumvit, Bangkok, there is no better location: slightly removed from the hectic Asoke intersection, but only minutes away from the dining and shopping of central Sukhumvit.
Here you are only 10 minutes away from Terminal 21, the Emporium, and EmQuartier shopping Mall. For the night owls, this building is located in between the upscale nightspots of Thonglor and the buzzing bars and pubs of Soi Cowboy and lower Sukhumvit.
If you are looking for a quiet and private yet central apartment,This Condo offers residents one to four-bedroom units, depending on your needs.
Whether yours is a short or long-term rental, it’s easy to quickly feel at home in these spacious and welcoming surroundings.
Hallmarks apartments include high ceilings and large windows, providing abundant natural light and panoramic views of Bangkok’s skyline.
In case you are looking to investment in a property, apartments for sale at excellent condition, while common areas are maintained to the highest standards.
There are wide range of size
Properties for sale range from 68 square meters to over 500 square meters. With Bangkok’s property market booming, real estate in close proximity to the city’s expanding public transportation is in high demand.
Condominium location allows easy access to both the BTS and MRT line, as well as the Sukhumvit and Rama 4 main roads
Market statistics and trends According to Hip flat
website The average sale price is ฿173,033 per sqm. This is 41.0% above current average sale price in Khlong Toei district (฿122,690 per sqm) and 79.8% above the average price in Bangkok (฿96,260 per sqm).Sales prices have been rising over the past year.Rental prices are 18.3% below average in Khlong Toei and 1.5% above average in Bangkok.
Rules and Regulation
for Foreigners buying properties in Thailand:
There are some laws that foreigners should know before buying a Property in Thailand and some of these real estate law and regulation may change over time.
You will need to provide a proof of funds (FET form) of all funds must be sent
to Thailand in a foreign currency. When transferring the condo at the Land
Office the officer will ask you to show this proof (FET) in order to
complete the transaction.
Only 49% of the total SQM in the condo can be owned by foreign nationality.
The building needs to be governed by the condominium act.
You will need to obtain a letter from the juristic person that all Building fees
were paid, and the quota is available.