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Buit in high-gloss white Western kitchenette with a cream composite counter-top together with glass splash backs and a single bowl, stainless-steel, recessed sink, (2-plate induction sink, slim-line extractor hood and built in microwave). Provision for a washing machine with the pre-requisite water, waste water and electrical socket hook ups also included.
Fitted wardrobes with internal shelves and drawers together with dark toned glass wardrobe doors in the main living/sleeping area.
Finished bathroom with a cream granite sink counter-top, modern white porcelain sink, under-sink cabinet and customized back lit vanity mirror together with a shower and safety glass shower enclosure.
Private balcony with tempered glass balustrades for optimal partial direct facing sea views.
1 Ceiling mounted and ducted air-conditioner with the compressor being mounted off to the side within a separate M&E room which is accessible from the main communal hallway corridor and not on the balcony (no heat or noise).
High quality 60cm*60cm cream ceramic floor tiles throughout the living areas, whereas the balcony area has faux laminate 60cm*60cm ceramic tiles.
Gypsum board ceilings with concealed state of the art LED down lighting.
Key-card access front entrance door.
Foreign nationals can be freehold owners of condominium units, in buildings where not more than 49% of the unit floor space is owned by foreigners. Units that are part of the Thai quota or are being leased for 30 years can be converted to the foreign freehold quota if that is currently below 49%.
Foreigners can own a condominium Freehold in their own name. Condominium ownership is best explained by looking at an example of a project that has 100 units for sale.
In this example, 49 of the total units in this building (or 49% of the total salable area) can be owned outright by non-thai nationals in their name. The ownership titles of these 49 units is referred to as Freehold or Foreign Quota.
This leaves 51 units remaining in the building (or 51% of the total salable). The freehold rights to these units are reserved for Thai nationals in what is commonly referred to as the Thai quota.
After you have found the right property at The Riviera Jomtien you have to follow these steps:
Thailand has different visas like Spousal Visa, Retirement Visa, Student Visa and Elite Visa - just to name a few options. Each visa has different requirements but they are usually easy to obtain.