There are some very good opportunities to invest in property in Thailand, but as always it is important to do your due diligence and secure the services of a good English speaking lawyer.
Thai law is most complex when it comes to foreigners purchasing commercial property in Thailand. If you want to purchase an apartment building or hotel, you own the building but must get a 30 year lease on the land it sits on. You can set up a company for the property (more information on that here).
Keep in mind that foreigners cannot directly engage in agriculture in Thailand. If you wish to own a rubber tree plantation, for example, you must do it in the name of your Thai spouse.
Commercial Property in Other Parts of Thailand (Alphabetical Order)
Bangkok Commercial Property
Four Floor 15 Unit Apartment Building
Units Rent from 5,500 to 6,500 THB per Month Expenses Under 20,000 THB per Month Rental Income up to: