Lifestyle changes in Thailand have resulted in changes in the way people live and where they live, with a clear shift from living in single detached houses in suburban areas to CBD condominiums.

The shift from an individual house to condominiums requires significant adjustments. Those who are used to having their own private common areas have to adapt by sharing common facilities such as car parking, lobby, swimming pool and gym with co-owners who come from varied backgrounds and may have completely different mindsets. It is common that co-owners disagree on how building management issues should be dealt with and how rules and regulations should be enforced. Learning how to adapt and compromise is essential for those who have decided they want a condominium lifestyle and its benefits.

via Enforcing Property Management Rules | Thailand Property News.

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