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how24111

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  1. Yes, this 3rd floor condo is available. No, they don't allow pets. Sorry.
  2. I might drop down the deposit amount for a yearly lease. This 3rd floor room has mostly all new electronics in it(air cond, fridge, microwave) and mattress so that is why I try to protect myself with a larger deposit. I might consider allowing a renter to pay some of the deposit money over a few months . Honestly, if the extra few thousand baht is that critical then I might wonder if the rent will be paid on time. We are only talking about 100 or so pounds/dollars. I always return the deposit on the same day as the renter leaves, after we square up the final electric/water usage. I never make people wait for their deposit to be returned and I don't nit-pick about small things. I don't worry about marks on the walls and I understand that electronic things break. As long as you don't smash the TV over your g/f's head you will have no problem getting your deposit back.
  3. My 5th floor Nirun condo gets a lot of breezes and many renters never use the air cond. I had a renter who stayed there for a year and he never paid a electric bill. Under a certain small usage is free.
  4. That is the top floor and it is MUCH hotter up there. The heat rises up through the bld. and stops there. Also the roof allows in a lot of heat. In the past, there have been issues with the roof leaking water into some 6 floor units. I think that has been fixed but the additional heat is a big issue as it will cost you more in electric each month. They are hard to rent and sell. The ceilings are also lower in the 6th floor units.
  5. Maybe he has some connections or magic powers.....haha
  6. 400,000 baht for a Nirun condo would have been 6-9 years ago or more. That was the selling price for poorly furnished room back in 2010 when I first came here. You might be able to buy a shell room, on the undesirable 6th floor, for 550K-600K.
  7. I am 'guessing' by the sounds of these posts that the two of you have some history together...hahaha. I could be wrong. On a side note, Nirun condo can't be beat for the low price and great centralized location. Of course, for higher prices there are MUCH nicer places to rent/buy. IMHO
  8. Nirun condo-A1 Bld....5,300 baht monthly . Includes cable TV. Govt. electric. New air cond, 2-door fridge, and microwave. Newer soft mattress. Water and electric on balcony for cooking and washing.
  9. The photos have been posted several times already. If anyone is seriously interested , please send me a p/m and I will answer any questions and send you the photos again if necessary. Thanks
  10. Update: The 3rd floor condo is available(A1 bld.). The ground floor has been rented on a yearly lease.
  11. No idea what you're trying to say here but it doesn't matter... Post a photo of your large toilet area and we will see who's is bigger + nicer. Without a photo, it's just a lot of talk.
  12. Thanks again for your kind thoughts. I think I will cancel the potential sale of the jeans, shirts, and other clothes. I will follow my drinking buddies advice and DONATE them to the Father Ray Foundation... A 'win-win' for us both as he gets some nice clothes he can give out and my Thai lady get a tax donation receipt to help lower the taxes we pay. Didn't you say before that you needed a travel bag ??? This is a good , strong, high quality bag. Make me a serious price offer if your are interested.
  13. As I said BEFORE, I will PASS on your generous offer of 55 baht for 2 pairs of almost new nice jeans. Obviously, you don't know what they cost.
  14. Thank you for your kind words...Never judge a book.... hard to count some else's money...
  15. There was NEVER a advert JUST for the 30 baht shirts. It was a moving sale advert , listing Many things and I put a low price to attrack attention. I guess it worked. So in which wonderful complex do you live ???
  16. 55 baht EACH....be a sport and get them for your guards...110 total...where do u live ?
  17. 60 baht was TOO much, you had to make a lower offer....too much. hahaha
  18. I mentioned the jeans along with MANY other items. Do you really think I would be bothered to drive around to make a small sale. I never said I would accept your offer of 55 baht. I said 'pass'...Just the fact that you would offer 5 baht LESS than a great selling price tells me all I need to know. Maybe when I get there you will offer me 45 baht ??? Not my first party. Have a wonderful day.
  19. This travel bag is really strong, very heavy duty. Also like military style. I would consider your 'reasonable' price offers.
  20. Really ?? Have you checked Craigslist yet ?? You might be surprised at what you will find there.
  21. You specifically asked about the bag. Now you found it. Like everything, I am relatively sure you have no real interest in buying it BUT enjoy !!!
  22. A bit of a stalker. whatever makes you happy.
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