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:D:o We are looking for advice, we are coming to chiangmai next may to purchase a house,we are a disabled pensioner couple where are the best parts of the town for elderly to live in respects of health and shopping facilities, we are looking for single storey furnished properties, are there agents who can dvise us and take care of legal problems, would be grateful for any advice, Nignoy
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:D:o We are looking for advice, we are coming to chiangmai next may to purchase a house,we are a disabled pensioner couple where are the best parts of the town for elderly to live in respects of health and shopping facilities, we are looking for single storey furnished properties, are there agents who can dvise us and take care of legal problems, would be grateful for any advice, Nignoy

Are you both foreigners ?

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The simple rule of thumb is rent, rent, rent unless the property you like is so special you just have to own it.

As a general rule of thumb, if you put the property purchase price in the bank, it is possible to receive more in interest than the rental costs!

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http://www.chiangmainews.com/tanaboon/index.htm

i agree, rent first until you know the area. don't buy furnished, you can choose your own furniture in a shop and have it delivered and set up for you inexpensively. if you're both disabled, stay away from the city in a nice moo-bahn like the one above and hire a maid/driver for when you want to go into town.

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