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Thailand Property Investment

Why Invest In Thailand Property?
Whilst the past decade has seen a number of emerging international property investment markets come on to the scene, it's fair to say that the huge numbers of investors looking to purchase in Thailand markets such as Phuket and Pattaya suggest that these are likely to remain the more popular choices in the years to come. Key to the demand for property throughout these warmer countries is the increased level of accessibility now on offer from cheap flights. No longer considered 'exotic' destinations, these locations, coupled with low cost flights, ensure these destinations can offer a solution to the increasing demand for short term breaks.
Phuket property Investment
In a nutshell, Phuket is a dream destination: A mythical tropical island with stunning scenery and untouched beaches that also happens to have modern, highly developed infrastructure, luxury resorts and spas, international cuisine, and some of the best nightlife in all of Asia. But the real highlight here is the incredible natural surroundings. Phuket is a haven for water sport enthusiasts offering a large choice of house and villa in which to spend your retirement, an investment opportunity, or simply a vacation home.

Pattaya real estate
Located just 150km southeast of Bangkok, the once quiet fishing village of Pattaya is now known for its vibrant nightlife and stunning beaches. Not only playground for international visitors, Pattaya is a popular weekend escape for locals who make their way to this resort town to enjoy the endless options of hotels, amusement parks and large shopping malls. Visitors can take advantage of a range of activities both on land and in the water, including golf, jet-skiing, parasailing and scuba-diving. As the Property market has moved towards a more mature model, the solutions on offer for people looking to purchase a property in Pattaya, have become more varied and established. Today, a wide number of mortgages are available for people looking to for Pattaya house or property investment. Coupled with the more varied financial solutions now on offer, a large number of lawyers also specialize in the property investment market, ensuring that issues such as foreign exchange and language are no longer hindrances to this sector of the market. Pattaya retirement is also attracting a lot of elderly who want spend their remaining time in warm and affordable country.
Buying property in Thailand is becoming more and more popular, not only because of the attraction of a warmer climate but because of the affordable prices in investment opportunities available. The changes to the pension rules which allow individual’s access to their pension savings from age 50 will undoubtedly see many invest in second homes to spend their retirement in Thailand. Some might realize that Thailand can provide not only great holiday in the sun but a steady income like some of Pattaya house who have doubled their value in 5 years.
Exhausting Phuket and Pattaya real estate market - We provide assistance in Pattaya and Phuket real estate tour to cover topics prior and after you buy house in Pattaya or Phuket. Tourasian provide support and coordination of resources you may need to settling-in your family and yourself in your new environment to enjoy your Property investment in Thailand. .

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Thailand Property Investment

Why Invest In Thailand Property?
Whilst the past decade has seen a number of emerging international property investment markets come on to the scene, it's fair to say that the huge numbers of investors looking to purchase in Thailand markets such as Phuket and Pattaya suggest that these are likely to remain the more popular choices in the years to come. Key to the demand for property throughout these warmer countries is the increased level of accessibility now on offer from cheap flights. No longer considered 'exotic' destinations, these locations, coupled with low cost flights, ensure these destinations can offer a solution to the increasing demand for short term breaks.
Phuket property Investment
In a nutshell, Phuket is a dream destination: A mythical tropical island with stunning scenery and untouched beaches that also happens to have modern, highly developed infrastructure, luxury resorts and spas, international cuisine, and some of the best nightlife in all of Asia. But the real highlight here is the incredible natural surroundings. Phuket is a haven for water sport enthusiasts offering a large choice of house and villa in which to spend your retirement, an investment opportunity, or simply a vacation home.

Pattaya real estate
Located just 150km southeast of Bangkok, the once quiet fishing village of Pattaya is now known for its vibrant nightlife and stunning beaches. Not only playground for international visitors, Pattaya is a popular weekend escape for locals who make their way to this resort town to enjoy the endless options of hotels, amusement parks and large shopping malls. Visitors can take advantage of a range of activities both on land and in the water, including golf, jet-skiing, parasailing and scuba-diving. As the Property market has moved towards a more mature model, the solutions on offer for people looking to purchase a property in Pattaya, have become more varied and established. Today, a wide number of mortgages are available for people looking to for Pattaya house or property investment. Coupled with the more varied financial solutions now on offer, a large number of lawyers also specialize in the property investment market, ensuring that issues such as foreign exchange and language are no longer hindrances to this sector of the market. Pattaya retirement is also attracting a lot of elderly who want spend their remaining time in warm and affordable country.
Buying property in Thailand is becoming more and more popular, not only because of the attraction of a warmer climate but because of the affordable prices in investment opportunities available. The changes to the pension rules which allow individual’s access to their pension savings from age 50 will undoubtedly see many invest in second homes to spend their retirement in Thailand. Some might realize that Thailand can provide not only great holiday in the sun but a steady income like some of Pattaya house who have doubled their value in 5 years.
Exhausting Phuket and Pattaya real estate market - We provide assistance in Pattaya and Phuket real estate tour to cover topics prior and after you buy house in Pattaya or Phuket. Tourasian provide support and coordination of resources you may need to settling-in your family and yourself in your new environment to enjoy your Property investment in Thailand. .

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Exorbitant Cost of Alzheimer Care
When you consider what it costs to provide full-time care to a family member with Alzheimer's or other dementia, it's easy to see why some families are considering options such as assisted living care centers on the opposite side of the globe.
US average cost of residential or nursing care in the UK ranges from $3,600 to more than $5,000 per month. In Switzerland, the price tag's even higher at $5,000 to $10,000 per month. The exception seems to be Thailand. Thai traditionally regard the elderly with great respect and understand the importance of their work for improving the quality of life of person with Alzheimer and their families. Thailand retirement in Asia Care cost on their Pattaya assisted living complex between $1900 and $3900 a month - compared with an average monthly bill between $6900 to $15000 for a private room in a skilled nursing US facility.
Thailand Retirement : Why family must consider options outside of their own national borders.
When considering whether or not to place a loved one in a assisted living care center far from home, the saddest part for the family is often leaving their loved one behind, not necessarily knowing if he or she is aware of what's happening or feels abandoned. This is, of course, a very personal decision with multiple factors weighing differently in every situation, and each patient is different. The majority of Alzheimer patients placed far away from home is in the most advanced stages of the disease. Experts report, while many people with early Alzheimer would find it difficult to adjust to a foreign community where they're separated from their families, many in advanced stages adjust surprisingly well to a place with good care, because they "live in a world of earlier memories."
Continued efforts should be made at improving the quality of life and quality of care for people living with dementia, and this requires this type of "outside the box" thinking. Studies show that loneliness as opposed to living alone is linked to the onset of Alzheimer's, as well as emotional stress. Alzheimer’s sufferers need to be occupied and stimulated, or else they will get anxious, nervous and depressed.” Many Alzheimer’s sufferers are likely to experience other health problems due to their age, such as back pain, diabetes, arthritis, and increasingly common mental health issues like anxiety and stress. It’s not surprising that families fear the image of frosty, pill-pushing care centers, often perpetuated by tear-jerking movies
Other people are afraid of more than just loneliness: the abuse and maltreatment of elders has been increasingly highlighted in the media in the last decade. The American Psychological Association estimates that four million elderly Americans are victims of some form of abuse, whether they are living in private homes or retirement facilities. The World Health Organization, which has been drawing international attention to the issue since 2002, predicts that worldwide elder maltreatment will increase as populations continue ageing. By 2025, the amount of people aged 60 and over is expected to reach a staggering 1.2 billion. In the United States, it’s set to cost 203 billion dollars this year alone.
This is where Asia Care provide Thailand Retirement in affordable and personalized adult-care retirement house set in the idyllic mountainous regions and sandy beach area near Pattaya. Despite the development of retirement house in Thailand in recent years, elder care around the world still largely takes place in private house but as our societies develop, and especially as more women work outside the house and children spend more time gaining education, a glaring need for outside elder care is emerging.
While Thailand has been classified as “an ageing society” since 2005, Thai people still have a ways to go before their demand rises above the few assisted living and retirement complex in especially since symptoms of Alzheimer’s are often viewed as normal behavior for the elderly, such as forgetfulness, frailty or difficulty performing tasks. Also, Thailand’s overall death rate for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia is quite low (about 3.2 deaths per 100,000 people), whereas countries with highly developed economies, infrastructures and standards of living are seeing a rise in deaths from dementia-related diseases, therefore increasing demand for care such Pattaya assisted living who offer high standard infrastructure and professional services. The property near Pattaya is perfect for people who want spend their retirement in Thailand.
Retirement in Thailand is cheap and the assisted living in Pattaya offer top notch services and facilities to ensure your loved one will have personal services who cannot be offered in equivalent prices anywhere else. Contact http://www.thailandassisted living.com for information.


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PHUKET PATTAYA PROPERTY INVESTMENT
Power of huge Chinese diasporas
Although few hate to admit it, it’s every traveller’s guilty pleasure to enjoy a few reminders of home when overseas, and Chinese are no exception.
For Chinese travellers and migrants – especially for the very young and the elderly – the huge diaspora of overseas Chinese communities throughout Southeast Asia offers home comforts through a sense of community and cuisine, which makes them feel at home while away from China.
This rings even truer in Southeast Asia, where the Chinese diaspora is massive, particularly in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Myanmar. From familiar languages to food and culture that they are accustomed to, the existence of matured Chinese communities is truly attractive for Chinese in helping them adapt and settle down in a foreign country.
Only 1% of mainland Chinese speaks or understands English fluently.

Southeast Asia emerging in strength for Chinese buyers
Putting all these together – from enticing investment yields and comparatively strong growth prospects to well-established Chinese communities, lifestyle attractions for all kinds of buyer groups, easier visa access, as well as cost-effective and extensive travel links – it’s pretty apparent that Southeast Asia makes for a world-beating investment case to attract Chinese property investment.
Seeing as Chinese companies invested an estimated US$28.4 billion in Southeast Asia alone within the past 12 months17, we foresee individual Chinese buyers to follow suit with a wave of increased appetite for Southeast Asian real estate in the coming weeks, months, and years ahead.
Our conclusion on this compelling outlook for Southeast Asia is that it’s definitely time for agents marketing properties in the region to get moving and stake a claim on this lucrative market. Just base your pitches around the dynamics listed above, and you will be well set on your way.




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PHUKET PATTAYA PROPERTY INVESTMENT
Power of huge Chinese diasporas
Although few hate to admit it, it’s every traveller’s guilty pleasure to enjoy a few reminders of home when overseas, and Chinese are no exception.
For Chinese travellers and migrants – especially for the very young and the elderly – the huge diaspora of overseas Chinese communities throughout Southeast Asia offers home comforts through a sense of community and cuisine, which makes them feel at home while away from China.
This rings even truer in Southeast Asia, where the Chinese diaspora is massive, particularly in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Myanmar. From familiar languages to food and culture that they are accustomed to, the existence of matured Chinese communities is truly attractive for Chinese in helping them adapt and settle down in a foreign country.
Only 1% of mainland Chinese speaks or understands English fluently.

Southeast Asia emerging in strength for Chinese buyers
Putting all these together – from enticing investment yields and comparatively strong growth prospects to well-established Chinese communities, lifestyle attractions for all kinds of buyer groups, easier visa access, as well as cost-effective and extensive travel links – it’s pretty apparent that Southeast Asia makes for a world-beating investment case to attract Chinese property investment.
Seeing as Chinese companies invested an estimated US$28.4 billion in Southeast Asia alone within the past 12 months17, we foresee individual Chinese buyers to follow suit with a wave of increased appetite for Southeast Asian real estate in the coming weeks, months, and years ahead.
Our conclusion on this compelling outlook for Southeast Asia is that it’s definitely time for agents marketing properties in the region to get moving and stake a claim on this lucrative market. Just base your pitches around the dynamics listed above, and you will be well set on your way.




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PHUKET PROPERTY INVESTMENT PROPERTY TOUR
By 2020, 150 million Chinese are expected to travel to the Asia-Pacific region.1
That’s a 47% jump from the 102 million Chinese travelers who visited the region in 2015, and these additional 48,000,000 Chinese visitors are projected to spend a whopping $230 billion on their travels.1
Something huge is afoot in Asia, and based on recent trends that add substance to these forecasts, it will be Southeast Asian countries that will be reaping the benefits as they continue seeing spectacular growth in visitor arrivals from mainland China.
Total arrivals from China to Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Cambodia, and Myanmar grew 33% to reach a total of 14 million arrivals in 2015.
More importantly, the strong performance and excellent growth prospects in Southeast Asia is leading smart businesses and industry leaders to position themselves to cash in on this fast-growing demand from China.
Take Asia’s largest budget airline AirAsia as an example. AirAsia recently announced a US$12.6-billion investment in a whole new fleet to help it carve out a share of the China market – Asia’s increasingly lucrative air travel market, which Boeing estimates will grow to the world’s largest passenger market by 2034
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