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Hi

I want to build house in rice farm of my girl friend near sisaket.

Do i need goverment approval on the house plan before start build ? 

Also, i will be happy to get recomondation about architect and building company in sisaket /  ubon area..

Thanks

Roni

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Go to your Ampur and ask. We asked, and they told us, we could do anything we wanted with our farmland. Might dependes from ampur to ampur. What title deed is on the land? 

 

We have Nor sor gore 3. 

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Roni

here is your company as they building house currently to sisaket for other "farang" and they head designer is Thai with exelent english and all contracts and paperworks are done in English as well.
here is the link of the hosue they are building in Sisaket currently 
https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1102458-need-a-builderdesigner-in-the-ubon-ratchathani-area/?do=findComment&comment=14324603

 

and here is they own Facebook page where you can find his phone number and if you want send message all in english.
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Hi

I want to build house in rice farm of my girl friend near sisaket.

Do i need goverment approval on the house plan before start build ? 

Also, i will be happy to get recomondation about architect and building company in sisaket /  ubon area..

Thanks

Roni

Pop into one of the established farang restaurants in Sisaket as they are usually a good source for local info. Peter at Hong Kong Garden or Frank at Living in the Past know a lot about the locality.

 

 

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I just "remodeled" a house in city center Sisaket (near the train station) which was basically a tear down. We didn't need government approval.  The question did come up.  It's easy enough to go to the housing authority and ask.  As for land titles, we are going thru that now as well, in a rice field just down the road from Big C.  No chanote when we bought the land; however, the guy next to us just sold his land; and, they are dividing it pretty much as you described.  Those broken up sections are being given titles.  Turning farmland into a housing area seems to be the deciding factor; so, I think you should be good buying land without a title.  Best source of information is possibly the poo yai bahn for that area. Having said that, the person who really knows is the guy from the land office who comes out and surveys the land.  We sat down with him the other day and he pretty much has all the answers.  His phone number is 086-7083635.  I would have your gal call him to get answers to all your questions.  FYI land is really expensive in Sisaket with farmland going for 1 million baht per rai (or more); and, that is quite a distance off the main road(s). It's less in some of the more remote areas; but, still 2-3 hundred thousand per rai.  Good luck

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More info.  There is an architect office just down the street from the Sisaket police station (same side of the street). Having said that, as basic as most Thai houses are, do you really need an architect; especially, if you don't need the govt to approve your plans.  I made my own.  As for the builder, we used a guy named Suan, him and his wife are the pain part of the company plus they have 4 or 5 guys to help.  Best part about using them is that they show up for work every day.  He lives a few kilos down the road from Macro. He is also poo yai bahn for his area; so, that helps if any questions arise.  His phone number is 062 324 4421. He is willing to negotiate with you; and, is not trying to get rich.  

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Posted (edited)
17 hours ago, ChouDoufu said:

how will she get a housebook with no title,

She don't need a title to get a blue book, the house book has nothing to do with a title, just so you know. It's just registering your address, I say that because my wife has some land which is vacant and the builder who built our house (nice guy) was thrown out of his wife's house and asked my Mrs if he could build something small at his cost to live there till he sorts his life out, granted, he also asked her if he could register his address there, i.e. remove his name from the wife's now X wife's blue book and have his own blue book at my wife's land, granted.

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Posted (edited)
9 minutes ago, 4MyEgo said:

She don't need a title to get a blue book, the house book has nothing to do with a title, just so you know.

Just out of interest, no idea myself how that works exactly. 

 

But your missus already had a house book, based on what? On a valid title deed? What are the requirements to get a blue book?

 

Is it really important that he has built a little tent on the plot?

This guy might just as well have moved in one of the rooms of that house temporarily and could register his address there?

 

 

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