Finding your place in a city like Bangkok can be a challenge but I urge you to take your time and enjoy the process. First plan how far you want to live from your place of work and how you will travel. Then find a condo within that radius, a condo you like. You can use real estate agents but remember they get paid on commission so won’t show you less expensive rentals. Or you can do some sweaty footslogging and keep your eyes open for signs. Or why not use the web?
I suggest taking one’s time before committing to a rental agreement or purchase in Bangkok as the city is made up of areas that can feel very different. First impressions mature or change completely so give yourself time by staying in hotels, swapping as ned deals appear. Agoda was my favourite place for booking hotels and served me well for my first 3 months in Bangkok before I decided to rent a condo.
Hi David- I do not have a Facebook page
Any chance of some more videos on the main web site?
All the best
Had technical issues recently as well as a myriad other challenges but now videos will begin appearing, even today!