- Aussie BattlerLv 71 month ago
Caveat Emptor .
- Tic-Tac-ToeLv 71 month ago
It could be depending on what you are investing in. If a condo you should give more information like where and the cost. This is a very general question with no details and a good answer could never be given on the facts you provided. As for me, I invested in a Condo that will have an MTR station just a few meters from where the Condo is. The price for the Condo will jump once the station is finished.Source(s): Live in Thailand
- martinLv 71 month ago
The name says it all. Would you want an adviser who just says, "Phucket," when you ask for advice on mutual funds?