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what are renovations costs of condo?

lets say 46 sq meter...I want to put in new tiles.....everywhere...

and glass on balcony? to close the balcony down.....

what would that cost?

Also a small kitchen on balcony behind glass window etc.....

I wonder is it more than 100000?

and new bathroom....

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All depends on materials.  Can’t see you doing much for 100k with your list of wants.

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100k might be enough for the floor, the bathroom and the outside kitchen if you buy the material yourself and just hire labour. Glass windows on the balcony is another story, huge difference depending on what level of quality you want. be sure to check with juristic office if it's allowed at all to glass up the balcony.

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A complete renovation of a 35 to 45 sqm studio incl. floors, ceiling, water, electric, modern quality fixtures and some built in furniture etc. starts at min. 300K. and ready to move in with all details is closer to 600K. This is good and experienced contractor used and includes all materials and average priced reasonable quality furniture and solutions. MS>

 

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Parafareno, it sounds like you've found a condo - congrats, as I recall your earlier threads about looking for a sub-1,000,000 baht unit.  How did you it/where did you end up, if you don't mind me asking? 

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i did not buy it yet.....but somebody said it is possible for 100000 to put in tiles and new windows on balcony....

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100k is to short - would guess 300k minimum with a good contractor

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300k is a full on revamp.

 

You could do what you are asking for @ 100k thai baht if you buy on sale tiles and make a Thai style kitchen (cinder block frame and cemented up with tiles)

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Did you buy a Nurin condo?

 

I think you can do it all for about 150 to 200k.  Flooring and the labor are cheap here.

Some of the larger home improvement stores will have someone come and give you an estimate. Although probably high, just to give you an idea.

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4 hours ago, parafareno said:

no nurin, never

Ah by the way, i noticed the other day, a 8th floor corner Pattaya Plaza condo, 48 metres for sale asking price 900k, lots of windows if that's your thing. Details on reception notice board

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How long is a piece of string? Anywhere between 100K and 1 million.

It also depends on where you are in Thailand. For example, building costs are cheaper in Chiang Rai than Chiang Mai. My best guess would be 100 - 200K.

bkk6060 suggestion is good, Thai Watsadu or HomePro would be happy to quote.

 

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19 minutes ago, Lacessit said:

It also depends on where you are in Thailand.

See top of page where it says 'Pattaya Forum'

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