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Hostess bar and guesthouse

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Businesses for sale Jomtien
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Property Description

Ref: 0324/SLN

  • Location: Jomtien
  • Business Type: BAR, HOSTESS BAR, GUESTHOUSE
  • Sale Price:THB 6,500,000 Convert Currency
  • Contact us for more information
  • Company fomations / Share capital: 4,000,000
  • Tenure: LEASEHOLD
  • Rent: THB 40,000 / Monthly
  • Key money / Period / Date due: THB 0 / NONE /
  • Security deposit paid: 0
  • Transfer Fee Due to Landlord: 2,030
  • Building Size per floor: 220
  • Floors: 3
  • Rental Rooms: 16
  • Seats: 60
  • Hours of opening: 12PM-9PM
  • Days per week: 7
Price
6,500,000 Baht

Contact Detail

Phone: 038 489 074 -5

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The super-luxury IconSiam development in Bangkok has revealed it will be home to Southeast Asia’s first Mandarin Oriental-branded residences, and with prices of up to THB 560,000 per sqm this is likely to be the most expensive new property to launch in the Thai capital so far.

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Air Asia boost for Pattaya

Air Asia boost for Pattaya

Air Asia’s launch of three new air routes from U-Tapao Airport could not have come at a better time for the Pattaya property industry just 40 kilometers away.

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Preparing to rent out a property in high season

Preparing to rent out a property in high season

High season is a time when there is a good chance to rent out a property since there are many more people in the resort city of Pattaya.

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Times of Opportunities

Times of Opportunities

Pattaya's real estate market and tourism is going through significant changes: a little more than a year ago the Russian language dominated Pattaya so much that one English newspaper called Pattaya “colonized by Russians”: nearly every restaurant menu was available in Russian, sales people in shopping malls could speak a little bit of Russian, every real estate sales office had at least one Russian staff, several TV programs, magazines and newspapers were available in Russian.

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How to invest

How to invest

To invest or not to invest that is the question! Not really true in my opinion. The real question is how to invest. Here are some guidelines as there are many different ways to let your money work for you.

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Sunrise Hill Residence

Sunrise Hill Residence

Wow promotion ! Sunrise hill residence Cozy beach, AAA location. Best quality. Luxury Only PH & 2 unit resale. All units have sea view

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