Thailand Property Rental Guide


Thailand Property Rental Guide

With our Thailand Property Rental Guide we want to provide important informations to our customers and answer frequently asked questions about costs of rental like security deposit, average rent of houses and condominiums and much more. As well we provide informations of running costs like water, electricity, internet and so on. This will help you to get an overview of important facts and to choose the right holiday home in Hua Hin.

Renting a property in Hua Hin

Hua Hin Property Partner has its own rental division that is quiet busy. We have a wide selection of properties – houses and apartments. Finding and renting a villa or condo in Hua Hin can be a long and difficult task to do, there are numbers of pitfalls to be worry about and a few things that can make the process easier.

More and more people are coming to Hua Hin Thailand for a holiday or to retire. From year to year we are getting more rental inquiries. Due to that reason the prices are increasing as well. Many of our luxury properties are rented out for long periods but we will make sure that we will help you finding the right place to stay.

Things to consider when renting a property in Hua Hin

Finding the right place to stay can be difficult. You may ask your self what facilities you are looking for when you want to rent a property in Hua Hin. Maybe you want to rent a property near the beach, school or directly in town. In addition to that you want a private pool? How many bed rooms and so on. With those information Hua Hin Property Partner is happy to assist you in finding and choosing the right rental house in Hua Hin.

While viewing a property you should make notes about the positive and negative things you see. For example like the neighborhood. Are there dogs around that may bark. How is the connection to town and how long does it take to drive there and so on.

We will make sure our properties in Hua Hin are in good condition and if there should be something broken, we will fix it of course. Also during your stay you can contact us anytime if there should be a problem. We will take care of it.

Fittings and furniture of your holiday home in Hua Hin

Please inspect all the furniture and make pictures from any damages. Let your agent or the owner know about it to avoid any trouble later when moving out. Furnished houses and condos are mostly a bit more expensive than unfurnished ones.

The rental price of your Hua Hin holiday home

You should decide how much you are willing to spend per month for the rental property. Don’t forget that you have to pay for electricity and water on top ( in some cases internet is included in the price ). Of course the prices are negotiable especially when you want to rent more than 3 month. The best price you will get for a yearly contract in our experience.
If you can pay a few month in advance that will help mostly as well to drop the price even a bit more. Properties in Hua Hin center or near the beach are more expensive. Compared to an equivalent property a 5-10 minutes drive out of the town the price can increase dramatically.

The Deposit of your rental home in Hua Hin

Most of the landlords in Hua Hin will require you a rental deposit. This is usually the equivalent of 1 month rental, some ask for 2 months. If you have a pet it is important to inform the landlord about it before you signing the contract. In most of the cases the landlord ask for 1 month extra deposit when you do have a pet. Some developments not allow pets at all. The deposit is required to cover damages made to the property during your stay, painting or some unpaid bills when you are gone again. This is why taking photos before you rent the place is a very good idea.

Hua Hin Property Partner has its own contracts and we can assist you in all your needs and negotiate on your behalf with the landlords. Due to our good relationships with the landlords let us get the best deal for you.

In Thailand deposits are rarely returned if renting direct from the landlord. If you rent with us you can be sure you will get back your deposit as long as everything is ok. We keep your deposit and not hand it over to the landlord during your stay.

Responsibilities you need to think of when renting a property in Thailand

About the following things you should think and talk to the landlord.

The Landlord should pay for things as: all structural repairs, painting out side, plumbing and electrics. Water pump and air conditioning units.

The Tenants: Upkeep and cleanliness of the property, replaceable items such as light bulbs, fuses, fans, kitchenware, anything damaged or broken should be replaced.