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When my family arrived in Thailand we faced an unregulated real estate industry that’s full of challenges. Finding a home in Bangkok was interesting to say the least! I started 1D Property because I knew I could do better.

Good news is coming for expat renters worried about Thailand’s onerous TM30 foreigner reporting requirements. On 4 November I heard directly from a highly
Expat Life magazine wrote a wonderful feature story on 1D Property below… Wandee (Lekky) Iamyoung, owner of expat-focused home search agency 1D Property, certainly
Summertime in Bangkok means bill shock. Every year around April/May the mercury pushes past 35° – and 1D Property gets calls from regular clients
By Wandee (Lekky) Iamyoung We’ve had a few queries from renters – and some issues – regarding pest control, so lets clarify what’s included,
1D Property owner Wandee (Lekky) Iamyoung reviews the Thailand diplomatic clause for expat renters. A Thailand diplomatic clause is often included in multi-year expat lease
By Wandee (Lekky) Iamyoung A map of Bangkok’s a confusing thing. Street addresses don’t make sense, suburb names are arbitrary, and good luck finding
By Wandee (Lekky) Iamyoung, owner, 1D Property. In Bangkok you can easily find a home of similar quality – or better – than the
By Bill Horgan. One of the unique experiences in Bangkok is hopping on the back of a motorcycle taxi – called moto-sai by Thais.
By Wandee Iamyoung, owner, 1D Property. When I arrived in Bangkok with my Aussie-South African husband and our 10-year-old daughter I was disappointed by
By Barry Price. If Siam Square is the heart of Bangkok then middle Sukhumvit may be the stomach. From award-winning classic Thai fare at