Due to lack of a legal framework, the condotel market remained tight through the first half of the year.
Industrial property in Vietnam is stepping into the spotlight with the signing of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement.
Despite occupying a small proportion of the Vietnamese property market, the luxury residential segment is becoming more attractive to domestic and international buyers.
Homestay accommodation is rising in Vietnam to help diversify tourism products, create new experiences for the growing number of tourists at peak season, satisfy sophisticated visitors’ demand, and bring high profits to investors.
Solutions of disputes between developers and residents in high-rise apartment buildings are discussed in a seminar held June 25 in Ho Chi Minh City.
Experts have sounded the alarm over the development of the condotel segment in Vietnam after the first project was forced to revise the ownership duration which it had issued to buyers.
Condotel developers and buyers will breathe easier later in the year when the legal framework for the new type of property in Vietnam is to be released.
Novaland – one of the biggest property developers in Vietnam – will hold Novaland Expo 2019 between June 13 and 16 at the Novaland model house in Mai Chi Tho Street of District 2, Ho Chi Minh City.
A recent draft circular on safety limits for banking operations, which applies a credit risk ratio three times higher than the current ratio, has created controversy among real estate consultants, developers, and buyers.
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has requested related authorities to speed up the process of the $884 million Eco-Smart City invested by Korean giant Lotte Group and the $500 million Saigon Sports City invested by Singaporean Keppel Land.
Improving the transportation connections among southern cities is crucial to develop the area, claimed Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at the conference to develop the southern key economic zone held on May 6 in Dong Nai province.
The mock-up units of The Zei – one of the most sought-after residential projects in the My Dinh area of Hanoi – were officially launched on April 20, receiving thousands of visitors.
Malaysian retailer Parkson has begun a revamp at the site of its first Vietnamese store, located at the Saigon Tourist Plaza in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1.
Despite attracting investors and operators by the droves from across the nation and the globe, the hospitality and second-home segments remain embattled and outmoded. Developers have to create new experiences if they want to be more competitive
The Vietnamese property market is proving more attractive to foreign investors all across the board, with international investment funds out for profit-generating properties and investors looking for domestic partners to co-invest a range of projects.