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The sudden increase in demand for land, factories, and warehouses in Vietnam has pushed up rental costs at industrial parks (IPs) near major cities, according to Savills Vietnam.

Resort real estate anticipates quick rebound

Resort real estate is one of the segments expected to see the fastest pace of recovery in the post-pandemic times.

Hotel market to recover next year

The hotel market in Viet Nam this year is expected to face a severe decline in room occupancy due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will not recover until next year, industry experts have said.

 

Decree puts focus in right direction

Decree No.41/2020/ND-CP on extending the deadline of tax and land rent fee payments for enterprises, individuals, and business households affected by COVID-19 was issued by the government on April 8. 

Experts: industrial real estate faring well in 2020

Foreign investors are planning to expand their operations in Vietnam this year, creating an opportunity for industrial property development despite the COVID-19 pandemic, according to experts.

Tourism industry predicted to recover rapidly after COVID-19

Hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam’s tourism sector is likely to be one of the first to recover strongly after the pandemic is brought under control, according to an expert from Savills Vietnam.

The EVFTA’s grand impacts on Vietnam’s industrial sector

The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement and Investment Protection Agreement raise many hopes for all of Vietnam’s economic sectors. 

Vietnam’s estate companies seek investment opportunities in foreign markets

More and more domestic real estate firms have begun to seek investment opportunities in global markets, according to Savills Vietnam.

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.

VN residential market derives from bright economic outlook, golden demographics

With ASEAN’s third largest population of over 94 million people yet the region’s lowest urbanisation ratio of 36 per cent in 2018, Vietnam and its property market have the potential to surpass regional peers.

Stiff competition continues in Hanoi’s retail property market

Hanoi continued to see fierce competition among retail properties during the first quarter of 2019, partially due to an additional 16,000 square meters from an inner-city project, reported Savills Vietnam.

 

HCM City office rents soar

The office market in HCM City had a strong start to the year, setting new records, according to a report by property services provider Savills.

Retail space supply ample this year

 VietNamNet Bridge – The supply of retail space is increasing in Hanoi and HCMC and could reach 1.5 million square meters in both cities late this year, according to a study of CBRE Vietnam.