With the market warming up at the end of last year, the number of real estate deals has also been on the rise thanks to soaring remittances.
Ricons Construction Investment JSC has achieved its ambition of becoming a new star in Vietnam’s construction industry, which is caught in a downturn.
Frauds, low liquidity and tightening credit will be some of the major challenges facing the Vietnamese property sector in 2020.
Rents for shophouses in downtown Ho Chi Minh City have increased by 35 percent in 2019, according to real estate portal batdongsan.com.vn.
Experts have pointed out a number of hindrances to SOE privatization, including weak corporate governance, valuation methods and restricted foreign ownership.
Many suburban malls built in Hanoi 3-5 years ago are not occupied, leaving tens of thousands of square meters of retail space vacant.
The Republic of Korea (RoK) has become Vietnam’s biggest foreign investor and is playing an important role in some key economic sectors, accounting for over one fifth of the total flow of FDI into the country in 2019.
Cocobay Da Nang developer has announced it would cancel contracts if buyers don't accept one of the options it has offered.
Japanese fashion retailer UNIQLO announced on December 25 it will open the first Hanoi store in the Spring of 2020, on the heels of its arrival in Vietnam with the opening of the Saigon store early December.
From a hot real estate trend for over three years, 2019 marked fall from favor for condotels – controversies and protests dogged the sector.
Viet Nam's real estate market will not be short of capital next year but will still face many challenges from policies and administrative procedures, experts said at the annual Vietnam Real Estate Forum.
Below are the top 10 outstanding activities of the Vietnam National Real Estate Association in 2019.
Domestic growing demand for leisure investments has brought fierce competition to foreign investors, who are seeking opportunities in Vietnam operating hotel assets, making the country one of the hottest markets in APAC.
Condotel prices have dropped by 8 percent, and the struggle is likely to continue for the segment in 2020, a study says.