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More M&A deals in VN's real estate sector during COVID-19

The epidemic has brought great opportunities to businesses with powerful financial capability to ‘hunt’ for attractive projects and take them over.

State should control corporate bond issuance of property firms: Construction Ministry

The Ministry of Construction (MoC) has asked the Prime Minister to strictly control corporate bond issuances made by real estate enterprises, especially small and medium enterprises, to reduce risks.


Construction Ministry releases Vietnam's first quarterly real estate market report

The Ministry of Construction (MoC) has released its first quarterly report on the domestic real estate market.

Realtors pour money into resorts as tourism booms

Many real estate developers now eye resort projects rather than the housing sector as they have confidence in the hot development of the tourism industry.

The other side of corporate bonds

A number of listed real estate firms have announced plans to issue convertible corporate bonds to seek capital as banks have tightened lending.

Real estate activity falls as market conditions are unfavorable

The real estate market developed well in 2014-2018, but unexpectedly has cooled down since the beginning of 2019.

Tourism real estate faces challenges as oversupply looms

While observers believe that it’s the right time to pour money into resort real estate, they also warn of the hot development of the market segment.

Vietnam is only country still developing condotels

The Vietnamese condotel market, the only one in the region, shows serious problems because of legal deadlocks.

Three leading trends in Vietnam’s real estate market

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s real estate market is expected to remain stable with growth in three areas —  green real estate, resort & tourism real estate, and houses & apartments. 

Vietnam’s housing market a magnet for foreign investors

VietNamNet Bridge - International investors believe the opportunity to develop a robust affordable housing market in Vietnam has great potential.

Real estate in 2018 showing firm progress

Despite challenges arising, the real estate market in Vietnam ended 2018 in a good place, and expects to remain stable this year.

Ministries to prohibit white asbestos, NA deputies indecisive

While the Ministries of Health and Construction have repeatedly urged the government to prohibit the use of white asbestos, National Assembly deputies say there must be more thorough research on the substance.

Vietnam takes further steps towards making unburned building materials

Using unburned building materials, or ‘green materials’, is expected to be used in construction works in the future, when Vietnam has to cope with environmental dangers  caused by climate change. 

Investors eye land plots in HCMC’s neighboring areas

VietNamNet Bridge - Can Gio district in HCMC and Nhon Trach in Dong Nai province have become new destinations for many investors, thanks to infrastructure development in the areas.

Foreigners hunt for high-end apartments in HCM City

VietNamNet Bridge - At several real estate projects in HCM City, especially in districts 2 and 7, the number of apartments sold to foreigners has reached the mandated ceiling. 

Corporate bond issuance market sees significant changes

Big changes can be seen in the corporate bond market, from issuers and issuance strategies to buyers. 

Foreign real estate brokers flock to hot Vietnam market

Foreign real estate brokers, one after another, have landed in Vietnam to take advantage of a market that has been heating up in the last four years.

Vietnamese spend billions of US dollars to buy properties overseas

A Vietnamese corporation has reportedly spent $14 million at an auction to buy a shopping mall in the suburbs of Marrickville in Sydney, Australia, taking the first step in its plan to penetrate overseas markets.

Vietnam pursues green strategy in real estate sector

VietNamNet Bridge - The number of construction works granted green building certificates in Vietnam remains modest, but is rapidly rising.

Investors run away from condotel projects

VietNamNet Bridge - The anticipated oversupply and unclear legal status have prompted many investors to give up investments in condotel projects.