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Why invest in Thailand?

Feb 6, 2017 | Emerging Trends

Investing is now a global occupation and no longer limited to countries such as the US or the UK. In fact, investors in these countries are often looking to move some of their hard-earned monies out of these countries due to increased levels of uncertainty thanks to Brexit or the inauguration of Donald Trump as President. So, if you don’t invest in your home country, where would you look to invest?

Involved needs to match what you are prepared to accept and the investments need to be sound. The could be stock and shares, commodities or property – the choice is yours.

Most people who consider Thailand as a place to invest look at the property market and it is not hard to understand why. The country has a thriving economy with the number of tourists increasing year on year. Demand is high for holiday accommodation and developers are building what is required to western standards. The country has an excellent year-round climate and has been politically stable for several years as well as looking to play a more pivotal role in ASEAN community.

Why invest in Thailand?

Thailand has plenty to offer visitors in terms of natural beauty as well as plenty of history and culture not to mention the manmade attractions. Investment properties, certainly for the quality, are still relatively cheap for the region so there is plenty of potential for both generating an income and achieving capital growth. A win, win situation for investors.

As demand for holiday accommodation is high, developers are looking to build more properties and this opens up opportunities for investors. Developers need investment to help them achieve their goals and sensible developers have sound business plans for how they can attract investors by offering attractive returns that still allow them to make a handsome profit. In fact, the returns offered would be deemed as low risk therefore appealing to wider market.

One such developer who is offering this kind of deal is the New Nordic Group who are based in Pattaya, Thailand. Over the last decade, in order to expand they have consistently offered guaranteed rental returns of 10% p.a. to investors for periods of anything from five to twenty years. They have a sound business plan and experienced management team that ensures that the whole process runs smoothly for all parties concerned and indeed all payments have been made on time and in full on every occasion.

The developer has completed dozens of properties in the area and all enjoy high occupancy rates throughout the year thanks to their solid agreements with both domestic and international tour operators. The risk to all parties is minimal whilst investors get to enjoy returns far greater than what they could realistically expect from the banks.

Can you see now why Thailand is a great place to invest?

UP TO 15% ANNUAL RETURNS

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