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Thai Land Measurement Conversion Chart

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In response to many questions received from our followers, we are pleased to provide this Thailand Land Calculation Guide. We hope it offers confidence to buyers and sellers alike when dealing with Real Estate in Thailand for building and plot design. Be sure you have your measurements straight when buying property in Thailand. Isan Real […]

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Isan Real Estate Diversifies
into Property Rentals

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Isan Real Estate is pleased to advise that with a large number of requests for rental properties, management has made the decision to diversify and enter the property rental market, adding more value for our customers. As with our professional sales division, and in light of the national economic situation making it harder for those […]

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Fast trains to Laos ‘in 4 years’

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Fast trains to Laos ‘in 4 years’ According to government projections, the Thai-Sino high speed train will go from Bangkok to Nong Khai, then across the Mekong and on to Vientiane by 2023.  The government will push for completion of the Thai-Sino high-speed railway project linking Bangkok and Nong Khai by 2023 so it can […]

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Isan Real Estate Newsletter, Fall 2018

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Isan Real Estate Newsletter, Fall 2018 Welcome, or as they say here in Thailand, ‘Sawasdii’ It has been a while since our last newsletter and for that we apologise to all our followers. Our time spent on meeting the growing demands of clients, new and old, has been our key focus, and rightly so, as […]

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Investors and buyers, are you ready?

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Rail line through Laos ready in 2021 VIENTIANE, 21 September 2018: A high-speed rail line linking China’s Yunnan province with the Lao capital Vientiane should open in 2021 as officials confirm 40% of the work has already been completed. Laotian Times reported, earlier this week, on the progress of the rail line built and financed […]

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