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Thailand Real Estate Transfer Guide
Buying a house is just the beginning of the service, and the follow-up is the focus of the service! After we buy a house in Thailand, most people are not in Thailand. When encountering language barriers or poor communication, real estate agencies or property management companies act as very important bridges. The documents of the Land Department of Thailand are all in Thai, let BEYOND360 check the service for you, with peace of mind and security.
1. Documents required for ownership transfer registration
Note: The amount shown on the form must be equal to or greater than the purchase price of the apartment.
Note: Power of Attorney outside Thailand must be attested by an embassy or consulate. If married, the following additional documents are required:
1. Copy of spouse’s signed passport
2. Copy of marriage certificate signed by both parties (must be translated into Thai and the translation must be a certified version)
3. Statement of Consent
2. Documents obtained after transfer
In Thailand, after the successful transfer of the purchased property, the homeowner gets the documents including: land deed & registration agreement, housing registration booklet, land bureau sales contract .
When buying an apartment in Thailand, the Land Office will attach the title deed of the purchased apartment when transferring ownership. The Thai title deed is the Thai real estate ownership certificate, which is the safest guarantee for real estate. The title deed is for a single apartment unit, not the entire lot. The red logo on this type of title indicates freehold property .
The title deed in Thailand is written in Thai, and on the front is the information of the transfer unit, apartment address, project name, floor, building area, apartment registration number, apartment type, and developer information .
The house registration book is a small book issued by the Thai government to register house owners. It is used to register property details, including house code, developer, property name, property type and description , and house number date .
When transferring ownership, in addition to the purchase contract, there will also be a sales contract issued by the Land Bureau, which needs to be signed by the buyer (authorizer) , the seller (authorizer) and two witnesses .
When transferring ownership, in addition to the purchase contract, there will also be a sales contract issued by the Land Bureau , which needs to be signed by the buyer (authorizer), the seller (authorizer) and two witnesses.
3. The transfer is complete!
In addition to the above documents and information, after the home inspection, the developer will give the home buyers matching keys and access cards, etc., and the transfer of ownership is complete.