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Vietnamese landlords should consider shifting from their traditional fixed-rent model to base rents and revenue sharing like in many other countries to spread the risk, experts have suggested.

Around 61 percent of customers not offered relief by landlords: CBRE

Around 61 percent of respondents have not been offered relief by landlords, a flash survey of the impacts of COVID-19 done by CBRE has found.

VN real estate investors struggle to find suitable investment channels

Investors are struggling to find real estate products as the supply is decreasing and other investment channels are no longer attractive.

COVID-19 yet to affect HCM City office space market

Though the COVID-19 pandemic has cast a shadow over the global economy, the HCM City office space market has not been badly affected this year, according to property consultancy companies.

COVID-19 yet to affect HCM City office space market

Though the COVID-19 pandemic has cast a shadow over the global economy, the HCM City office space market has not been badly affected this year,...

New trends influencing Vietnamese real estate market

CBRE Vietnam’s senior director Dung Duong offers her take on the new trends that will shape the local real estate market since the COVID-19 outbreak.

HCMC luxury residential segment expects bright prospect for 2020

HCMC luxury residential segment expects bright prospect for 2020

CBRE: HCMC condo market sees falling supply

HCM City’s condominium recorded a significant fall in new launch supply and new pricing levels across the market in 2019, according to CBRE Vietnam’s latest report “Property Insight - Residential Market Outlook 2020”.

Vietnam's hospitality to continue attracting investors over next decade

Vietnam’s hospitality industry will remain attractive for the next ten years, experts told the Vietnam Hospitality Forum held by CBRE Vietnam on November 7 in Hanoi.

 

Trade war heats up Vietnam’s realty market

Foreign firms usually apply the ‘China+1’ model, which means that they build a facility in China and then look for a new destination to become an intermediary location or to serve as a target for expansion and relocation in the future.

South Korean paid million dollars to own real estate in Vietnam

Vietnam is second after the United States on the list countries where South Korean people and enterprises have spent a total of $440.11 million on buying real estate in 2018, drawing in $56.1 million.

Fire scare possible cause of condo sales drop

Condominium sales in HCMC sharply declined in the April-June period, possibly due to a deadly fire in late March.

Property developers join hands with foreign management

VietNamNet Bridge - Many Vietnamese real estate developers are hiring foreign managers who have connections to potential customers. 

Foreign real estate brokers expanding in Vietnamese market

VietNamNet Bridge - The property market segments which bring the highest profits are mostly controlled by foreign enterprises.

Foreigners who want to buy houses in Hanoi told to wait

VietNamNet Bridge - The regulation on allowing foreigners to buy houses in Vietnam took effect three years ago, but the list of projects that can be sold to foreigners has still not been released.

Foreigners to be allowed to own houses in VN for up to 99 years

On August 2, the Government Standing Committee met to discuss the proposed law on special administrative-economic units and changes in the land law concerning foreign ownership of property. 

Central coast in spotlight

Investors are seeking alternative opportunities in central coastal cities like Danang and Nha Trang, given the high property prices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. 

Wealthy Asians spend millions of dollars on property in HCM City

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam in general and HCMC in particular are proving to be ideal places for the wealthy from Asia to buy property.

Vietnam in ‘golden period’ for housing and resorts

VietNamNet Bridge - Many real estate developers in recent years have been running a race to provide  products that serve tourism, an achievement that has helped attract 10 million foreign travelers to Vietnam.

Retail premises in high demand in 2017

VietNamNet Bridge - Real estate consultancy firms have predicted that retail premises will become an attractive segment of the property market in 2017, especially in Hanoi and HCMC.