While utilities and transportation system are gradually improved, apartment projects in suburbs, which have lower costs and better rental yields, are more attractive to tenants and investors.
The number of listings and level of buyer’s interest for most property types and areas have shown a rise in July 2019 compared to last month.
Foreign investors are actively seeking opportunities to invest in Vietnam's industrial real estate market through three main strategies: direct land acquisition, joint venture with local partner, and direct acquisition or sale and leaseback.
The first half of 2019 witnessed extreme fluctuation of Vietnam retail market with the leave of numerous brand names including Tran Anh, Shop&Go, Fivimart, Giant, and most recently Auchan.
Apartments priced from VND25-40 million/sqm accounted for more than half of demand for properties in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) market, data of market report in Quarter 2/2019 by Batdongsan.com.vn showed.
In the first half of this year, foreign investors continued to take the upper hand in outstanding mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in Vietnam's real estate market.
Small hoteliers in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park, which is a renowned tourist area in Quang Binh province, have been suffering from a price war between big hotels.
Almost 70 percent of home purchases of foreigners in Vietnam were made in Ho Chi Minh City. What makes the Southern city occupy such a prominent position?
The Ho Chi Minh City office market had a strong start to the year, achieving new performance records, Savills reported. Vacancy is continuously falling, especially in the CBD, with all recent entries rapidly absorbed.
According to Batdongsan.com.vn’s report on Ho Chi Minh City real estate market in the first quarter of 2019, within 16 years from 2002 to 2018, the average home price in the city has increased 21 times.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) poured into Vietnam’s real estate sector hit $500 million in January-February 2019, according to statistics of the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
This is an opinion of Nguyen Duc Kien, Deputy Chairman of Economic Committee of the National Assembly in relation to solution for social housing development.
Demand for social housing development in Vietnam is still quite large, while about 70% of the supply set for the 2011-2020 period has failed to meet goals.