Renting a property in Bangkok, whether it is an apartment, house, flat or condominium, is a complex undertaking. SuratNikkei provides expert property advice on all aspects of home finding in Bangkok to help you settle into your new residence.
In Bangkok and Chonburi has long been the number one choice among multinational corporations seeking to lease apartments, condominiums or houses for their staff. We are very familiar with the needs and expectations of expatriate families looking for new homes for rent.
To help you get started with finding your ideal home please contact us.
1. Condo for Rent
A condominium or condo – also known as an apartment or flat in other countries – is a building where individuals own the residential units and where the areas such as hallways and swimming pools are jointly owned by all the co-owners.
Units are normally furnished and facilities are similar to apartments. The main difference between a condo and an apartment is the ownership structure and the property management. In a condominium, the building management maintains the common a the property and the individual owners are responsible for their units.
2. Apartment for Rent
An apartment in Bangkok – also known as a flat – is a mid or high-rise building owned by a single landlord. Apartments are normally furnished with major appliances, and most have common facilities such as swimming pools, gyms, and car parking. The owner looks after the management and maintenance of the whole apartment building, including the interiors of the individual flats.
3. Serviced Apartment for Rent
A serviced apartment is rented fully furnished and equipped, including linen, cutlery and crockery. A daily maid service is also provided. Most serviced apartments have swimming pools, gyms and a coffee shop or restaurant. They offer a similar level of service to hotels and can be rented on a daily or monthly basis. A serviced apartment is ideal for short stays and for people who have just relocated to Bangkok.