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Buy land for 100000 Thb / RAI ? Where ? Around Khonkaen, Korat ? Chayaphum ?

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hello, i have read that we can buy land for 100000 thb in Esaan but I don't know where ?

 

Does it exist near cities like Korat, Khon kaen or closer to Chayaphum ?

 

How far from the city can you find these cheap lands and are the roads usually okay to reach them ?

 

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lol .....   100k for one rai .....  it might be a <deleted> block on the side of a hill with rock all over it.

You are dreaming .....   ok, I'll pay double your offer,  200,000 baht per rai.

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If have chanote you can't buy no place! And don't buy whitout papers!

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One thing! I hope you understand you never can't be land owner!?

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18 minutes ago, bwpage3 said:

Outskirts of Chaiyaphum 70km+ away it is possible.

 

There are lots and lots of villages away from the city.

 

However, as soon as they know there is a farang involved, the price will go through the roof.

 

We have a 19 rai rice farm in Isaan. Bought by my father in law. Years later, after everyone knew his daughter was married to a farang, we tried to buy some more land and we couldn't afford the price.

 

The roads will all be good enough.

 

In that area the majority of traffic is large farm trucks getting to and from the processing plants.

 

 

i've witnessed your comment before when you couldn't even tell the truth and name your FIL'S VILLAGE where you alleged that folks died from COVID-19.  I expect most will take this comment with the same perception as the last.  lol

 

 

 

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27 minutes ago, bwpage3 said:

Outskirts of Chaiyaphum 70km+ away it is possible.

 

There are lots and lots of villages away from the city.

 

However, as soon as they know there is a farang involved, the price will go through the roof.

 

We have a 19 rai rice farm in Isaan. Bought by my father in law. Years later, after everyone knew his daughter was married to a farang, we tried to buy some more land and we couldn't afford the price.

 

The roads will all be good enough.

 

In that area the majority of traffic is large farm trucks getting to and from the processing plants.

 

 

There is a lot of land available for well under 100k a rai.

 

Some land over the back of us just got sold for 78k a rai.

 

'Hot sales' are allover.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, owl sees all said:

There is a lot of land available for well under 100k a rai.

 

Some land over the back of us just got sold for 78k a rai.

 

'Hot sales' are allover.

 

 

Por tor bor land down to 50k a rai and chanote from 130k outside Chaiyaphum city. At 50k rai no clos infrastructure of course. 

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We live just outside of Kumphawapi..... Land was 300,000 Land was filled 

5 years before we bought so the land was well settled.  I could be wrong 

Around here you can buy rice land @ 100,000 but then you’d would have to fill dirt because it’d be low ground and rainy season would flood. 

 

Usually rice land is away away from the village ( we are just outside the village).and you’d have to run power and water out to the land if your

planning on building on it...

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My wife was just asked if she wanted to purchase some land near her parents village, 100k per rai.  The problem is it's a 120 km drive to Khon Kaen, which I'm not a fan of.

 

That cheap land is out there, but as stated above, prepare for a long haul trek to get anywhere.  Not for me personally.  I'll pay a little bit more for convenience.

 

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