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Koh Samui Property Prices

Property in Koh Samui is very cheap, much lower than the local average house price in Thailand. Apartments in the city center only cost 35,000 baht per square meter, while those in the suburbs only cost 20,000 baht per square meter.

In addition, many third-country investors like to rent land and build villas on Koh Samui in person, many of which are luxury homes. If investors are interested in villas on Koh Samui, they can also plan their own construction or purchase second-hand villas.

How much does it cost to rent a house in Koh Samui, Thailand?

The rental income of a house in Koh Samui, Thailand is often linked to the size of the house and its location. Please refer to the table below for the specific situation of local rent. If the investor holds a sea view villa or sea view apartment on Koh Samui, the rental income may be higher during the peak tourist season.

In addition, although the local average rent price is not particularly high, compared to Bangkok and other big cities in Thailand, Koh Samui's rental return rate is very high. The return on investment for properties in the city center is more than 10%, while that in the suburbs is close to 14%.

Advantages Of Koh Samui's Property

The investment cost is low and the rental rate of return is high. Compared with Phuket, which is also a famous island in Thailand, Koh Samui has not yet been developed by the public, and the property prices are low and the rate of return is high.

Koh Samui focuses on Thailand's high-end tourism market. Although the number of tourists who come to spend and play is small, it is better in quality. They are often willing to spend more money to rent beautiful houses along the coast.

The environment is quiet and quiet, suitable for friends who like slow life and the original ecological environment. And many houses on Koh Samui can overlook the sea. Those who like sea views should not miss it.

However, if there are advantages, there are disadvantages. Buying a house on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand is also at risk. In the process of buying a house, investors may not only encounter risks such as policies and exchange rates, but they may also stray into the routines of black intermediaries because they cannot understand local market information. But these risks can be avoided, as long as investors have a full understanding of the real estate in the place before investing.

In addition, since there is too much land on Koh Samui and most locals like new houses, real estate speculation is not practical in the local area. Judging from the current situation, real estate in Koh Samui is suitable for investors who intend to obtain stable income in the form of rent.