FARM LAND THAILAND
AGRICULTURAL LAND SALES THAILAND
Farm Properties for Sale Thailand
We are selling agents to help Thai farmers sell farm land for sale in Thailand. We offer the cheapest and best digital marketing service to help sell your farm be it rice farm, rubber plantation, palm oil plantation, sugar cane farm, etc.
- Search for commercial property in Thailand to match your specifications and budget.
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- Local commercial property market valuations and future property market forecast assessments.
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When you invest marketing for selling agricultural property in Thailand from as low as 4 baht per day, your commercial property online advertising in Thailand will be published on this and other web pages such as the map of Thailand.
Buy Farm Thailand
We are buying agents to help you buy farm land for sale in Thailand. You give us:
- The farm location in Thailand. If you're nearby road is unnamed then please supply the co-ordinates or Google map URL.
- The type of farm / plantation you're looking for
- Your budget
- Pre-paid, negotiated fee for our agent to travel to the location in Thailand where're you're interested in buying a farm and write a buying report for you. Negotiate the best farm sale price for you or attend a farm auction and as your representative, bid for you.
Over 50 percent of the Thai population still earning a large share of their economic livelihood from agriculture.
FEATURE THAI RUBBER TREE PLANTATIONS FOR SALE THAILAND
4.5 Hectares Rubber Tree Plantation, Nong Khai, Thailand
Phone English and Thai speaking Sureeporn on +61 401035844 for rubber tree plantation for sale under 1 million baht in Nong Khai. In the past two years it has come into full rubber production and palm oil production. The plantation has:
- A new sealed road on northern side and dirt road on the eastern side.
- Electrical power along the northern side.
- Water pipe along the northern side.
- A perennial spring which feeds a newly excavated dam. Recently it feed a family of 6 people for 4 meals of fresh fish.
- A hut use for shelter of rubber tappers during the raining season.
- Close only 17 km from where the new high-speed train is planned to cross into Nong Khai. This means access to markets.
- Mobile phone coverage.
28 rai with a perennial spring, feeding into a deep dam stocked with fish.
Rubber Tree Plantation For Sale, Northern Thailand
60 rai for sale in Nong Khai, Thai border province for under 8 million baht.
60 rai of 8 year old rubber trees for sale @ 120,000 baht per rai = 7,200,000 baht negotiable rubber tree plantation property investment at Ban Dan Si Suk, Nong Khai.
See the location on the Google Map of Thailand
FROM THE FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANISATION (FAO) OF THE UNITED NATIONS ABOUT THAILAND'S LAND TENURE:
Access to land and tenure information, as well as accuracy and reliability of information, are essential inputs to current policy-making in the three key areas of poverty alleviation, environmental protection and improvement of access to capital markets.
Discussions on the current status of the collection of land tenure data highlight both shortcomings and potential areas for improvement. The advantages that Thailand may appear to enjoy with respect to neighbouring countries are the existence of multiple databases, and the availability of a critical mass of qualified statisticians and technicians with years of experience in collection, computation and analysis of data. In recent decades, Thailand has also made large investments in building the digital databases with comprehensive socio-economic and physical data. The shortcomings highlighted in this article, however, show that the fragmented approach and coordination constraints have limited the practical value of the information available. Higher practical value can be gained if the multiple stand-alone databases can be linked, which would make it possible both to broaden and to deepen the analysis. The article has also highlighted an area of change that will directly influence land administration, particularly at the local level: this is the change brought about by the overall trend towards decentralization, which will result in expanding responsibilities of local governments for collection of land taxes as well as the use of revenues in management of natural resources (land being one of the most important). This is an area where Thailand, similar to other countries in the region, will face challenges in building capacity and developing a land and tenure database that is of practical value to support the work of local governments.
This article has made reference to the policy areas that are aimed at improving both land administration and the potential to maximize the utility of land resources to respond to social, economic and environmental concerns. Two recently launched policies, namely poverty alleviation and assets capitalization, highlight the shortcomings and the limited value of existing land and tenure data Systems. The ideal situation would be that existing land and tenure data could be readily accessed so that both policies can be launched with the minimal amount of effort to verify information. As with many other preceding policies, the time lag in implementing policies can often be traced back to the need to collect and verify information. This raises the question of the cost-effectiveness of public investments in land and tenure data and the limited practical value of the databases created, which results from having placed greater importance on the needs of institutions in having their own databases over considerations of what the data would be used for.
More contact phone numbers for property real estate agent in Nong Khai specialising in rural farm land sales in Nong Khai, booming border province of Thailand where property investment has had good returns on investment and will continue to do so.