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Online Marmalade

Yes it does sound rather attractive.

I don't know Phuket so well, but I would not consider a business in BKK or Pattaya without a Thai partner of some sort. It is their country, and too many people make the mistake of thinking they can walk in and clean up. Marry a Thai and you have insurance against the various laws they will discover to make life a bitch unless you keep paying bribes (not to mention the loyalty of 'staff' to any squashyface over a Westerner.) The same goes for several developing world countries, and I've seen a number of sad stories first hand.

The other thing you need is a Thai lawyer to check and complete the deal of course . . . No reason to think the guy's a scammer but for that money you need it done right.

Online Jimmyredcab

Marry a Thai and you have insurance against the various laws they will discover to make life a bitch unless you keep paying bribes (not to mention the loyalty of 'staff' to any squashyface over a Westerner.)

Good advice unless the marriage goes tits up, you will walk away with nothing. :( :(

Offline Jerboa

If you have a lot of money to lose then buy a Thai bar lol, If It's so profitable why would they want to sell? Anyone visiting the bar area of LOS will see signs about with the words 'Bar for sale'  :rolleyes:

Having a Thai wife Is no guarentee, there are so many stories of farangs getting married to bargirls, spending a lot of baht on business and houses and then In the middle of the night being ran out of town by her family with only the shirt on their back.

Online Jimmyredcab

If you have a lot of money to lose then buy a Thai bar lol, If It's so profitable why would they want to sell? Anyone visiting the bar area of LOS will see signs about with the words 'Bar for sale'  :rolleyes:

Another thing to bear in mind is that in a lot of cases you are not actually "buying" the bar but buying a lease, if it fails you just get thrown out with nothing if it really prospers you will have to pay over the odds to renew the lease. :( :(

Offline Wayang

Looking at the details - there is no information on turnover or profitability.
Too good to be true - it is now high season and any local entrepreneur would have picked this up if only to milk it for three months.
Smells like shit, looks like shit, must be ****

Offline Jerboa

Looking at the details - there is no information on turnover or profitability.
Too good to be true - it is now high season and any local entrepreneur would have picked this up if only to milk it for three months.
Smells like shit, looks like shit, must be ****

Sounds like a shack near Kata beach, only 5 staff, doubt It makes much profit hence the ad.

Online Jimmyredcab

Looking at the details - there is no information on turnover or profitability.
Too good to be true - it is now high season and any local entrepreneur would have picked this up if only to milk it for three months.
Smells like shit, looks like shit, must be ****

One other thing to consider, a bar is only as good as the owner and his staff, you could pay xxxx baht for the lease of a bar but there is no guarantee that the girls would stay, finding pretty girls to work for you could be a nightmare, 95% of Pattaya bargirls are not attractive  (in my opinion). ;)

Offline Brian

Is it a whore house? It doesn't seem to mention girls on the ebay link. But the bungalow on offer must be worth £18,500?

Online Jimmyredcab

Is it a whore house? It doesn't seem to mention girls on the ebay link. But the bungalow on offer must be worth £18,500?
The bars in Thailand are not actually "whore houses" but most of them, especially in Pattaya have prostitutes working in them, you pay the owner a "bar fine" which means the girl can then leave the bar with you, she may stay with you an hour or all night --------- subject to negotiation.

Offline Keen Punter

Is it a whore house? It doesn't seem to mention girls on the ebay link. But the bungalow on offer must be worth £18,500?
If you read the description you are not buying the bungalow. You have to pay rent of 8000 baht a month.

£18.5k is too cheap for you to own the bar. As Jimmy says, that is probably the price of the lease. No mention of rent, key money etc

No wonder it didn't attract a single bid.


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