Phuket Property: A Case for Renting over Buying

October's Program

Conventional wisdom holds that in most cases, it's financially better to buy than rent. But in the current Phuket property property market, renting might be the better option, says our speaker Anant Akanisthaphichat of Thai Law Firm. Come hear a contrarian viewpoint from a Phuket-based lawyer with many years of property experience.

Friday October 12, 2012
6:15 PM
URBAN Food, Central Festival
Anant Akanisthaphichat

Anant Akanisthaphichat

Khun Anant is a well-known attorney experienced for approximately 8 years in Phuket. He specializes in property issues and litigation. In his own words, "My personal opinion is quite conservative about the property issues in Phuket and may be quite discouraging to people considering real estate here in Phuket."

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