The post was meant to be tongue-in-cheek but there is a lot of truth in it.
As a non-local couple, your best bet is to buy a decent up-market condo as you can own this outright without any hoops to jump through. It will also probably be easier to sell once you decide to do that.
Only Thais can own landed property, and even that has conditions where ownership of land and ownership of the house on said property can be exclusive of each other. I'm assuming this came about when houses were made of wood and could actually be removed from said property.
Remember, once the commitment is made bad neighbours tend to come out from the woodwork, just like obnoxious relatives.
As I am married to a Thai, I have already filled in both holes and have a headstone in place. The only thing I will need eventually is a suitable epitaph.