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Sai Gon Pearl Apartment For Rent In Binh Thanh District

Five important rules of land investment

Land price "fevers" help many investors make a lot of money. However, many people still wonder whether they should invest in land at this time or not? According to experts, investing in land is quite safe, but in order to get profit, you should be alert and follow the basic rules. Land investment Investors should follow the basic rules when investing in land segment: The first thing to consider is...

Property developers crying foul of delays in project licencing

Hundreds of real estate projects in Ho Chi Minh City have been delayed by cumbersome administrative procedures and the authorities’ temporary halt on project approval. More than 100 real estate developers have met Ho Chi Minh City authorities to complain about slow licencing process. In a recent meeting with municipal Communist Party Committee, Quoc Cuong Gia Lai Joint Stock Company general director...

Ho Chi Minh City real estate market spirals downward

The number of real estate transactions in HCMC has fallen 49 percent year-on-year in the first three months of 2019. Transaction volumes in all segments – affordable, mid-range and high-end housing – have fallen. Absorption rate in this market also fell 8 percent compared to last quarter, Savills said. The HCMC real estate market had decelerated in the last quarter of 2018, with 11,000 units sold...

HCMC’s five-month foreign investment surges 49 percent

Ho Chi Minh City has attracted $2.77 billion in foreign direct investment from January until May, up 49 percent year-on-year. This figure includes newly registered projects and acquisition of stakes in local businesses. Among new projects, real estate attracted the most investment with $472 million, accounting for 46.7 percent, followed by science and technology at 23.4 percent and retail at 16.8...

Land fevers, bubble fears: a 2018 Vietnam real estate review

Sustained land fever in HCMC and proposed SEZ areas has sparked fears of a cyclical bubble and other challenges. There was no let up in the land fever that lasted throughout 2017 in HCMC, with real estate prices continuing to rise in the first quarter of this year. The situation has also been true of land in and around the proposed Special Economic Zones (SEZs).   By late April 2018,...

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