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Serviced apartments for rent mushroom in downtown HCM City

Instead of investing millions of dollars to build properties in HCM City’s inner districts, real estate developers are renting properties and furnishing apartments and putting them up as mid-priced serviced apartments for rent.


F&B to drive retail property market in HCM City

Food and beverage and fashion and lifestyle will continue to drive demand in HCM City’s retail property market, according to real estate consultancies.


Vietnamese begin investing abroad to diversify portfolio

More and more Vietnamese are looking for opportunities to invest in property abroad to diversify their portfolio, according to experts.

Economic zone draws investment from the manufacturing sector

Industrial property in the Northern Key Economic Zone (NKEZ) saw strong development in the third quarter of this year, according to Jones Lang LaSalle firm (JLL Viet Nam).


Vietnam real estate still an attractive prospect

Vietnam's real estate market continues to attract foreign investors because of its growth potential, especially Korean investors, according to real estate consulting companies.


HCM City real estate in need of jumpstart

Hundreds of real estate projects in Ho Chi Minh City have been suspended over the last two years, with many reasons being flouted for delays.

Buying and selling made easy

Proptech is playing an increasingly important role in information provision and the buying and selling of properties.

Vietnam's domestic property price to be stable in H2

The domestic real estate market in the second half of this year is not expected to witness significant changes in price due to stability in supply.

Property weathers the storm

Regardless of global uncertainties, domestic policy changes and market fluctuations, Vietnam’s real estate market will continue growing in 2017 thanks to a plethora of driving factors.

Foreign residents start to eye property

VietNamNet Bridge – Mark Cameron of the UK, who lives and works in Viet Nam, believes that he will be able own residential property thanks to the revised Law on Housing, which has removed prior restrictions on foreigners from buying property

Asian developers turn their backs on once-hot property sector

 VietNamNet Bridge – Several years ago, more South Korean and Japanese investors arrived in Vietnam, ready to pour more money into property projects.


 Secutech Vietnam 2014 to kick off in HCM City; Vietnam is RoK top shrimp supplier; Plan to lure foreign investors; Domestic gold demand posts sharp drop in second quarter; Foreign-invested firms dominate local wood market


 Casino ban may be lifted for Vietnamese citizens; Savills Vietnam: M&A activity in property recovers; Canadian gold miner denies tax allegations; MoF pulls u-turn on fizzy beverage tax position; Agri sector taps vast potential

Ice thawing in apartment market

 VietNamNet Bridge – The real estate market, it appears, has been given a new lease of life. Market liquidity has improved significantly, with reduced inventory and increased sales.

Foreign real estate developers returning to VN, cautiously

 VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign direct investment into the real estate sector in Vietnam is expected to resume in the days to come. But investors would be well-advised to listen to the news carefully before injecting money.


 VN retail boosted by foreign support; Hi-tech urban complex to bridge border; Auto giants choose to steer clear of national motor show; Mobile users resent huge 3G fee hike


 Undersupply hits small cashew processors; VAMC debt buyouts gain momentum; Hydropower projects getting the axe; Mobile phone export turnover hits new record high


 NFSC assesses Jan-Sep economic performance; Local book company among top 500 Asia-Pacific retailers; Tuna exports to ASEAN surge; Vietnam has trade surplus with Germany

Fewer jobs for real estate brokers and consultants in crisis

 VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign real estate service firms once “bossed the show” in the golden age of the real estate market. However, in the economic crisis, things have got quite different.

Vietnamese uninterested in 49-year-ownership houses

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese, who always want their immovable properties to be their permanent assets, would not be interested in 49-year-ownership houses.