The Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA) held a press conference in Hanoi on December 12 to announce the launch of the first-ever Vietnam Property Awards for 2017-2018.
Strong economic growth since 2015 has created a thriving domestic property market that is likely to continue next year, said Construction Minister Pham Hong Ha.
Vietnam’s strong economic growth since 2015 has pushed the domestic property market into a thriving and stable development period, said President of the Vietnam National Real Estate Association (VNREA) Nguyen Tran Nam.
As many as 800 domestic and foreign investors, property businesses and experts are expected to attend the first annual Vietnam Real Estate Forum, which will be held on November 15.
The real estate market is recovering strongly and attracting huge sums of money from banks, foreign investors and overseas Vietnamese.
The real estate market will welcome many new launches in the second quarter of 2017 and sales volumes will be higher than the last quarter, according to the Vietnam National Real Estate Association (VNREA).
Experts, speaking at a recent conference in Hanoi, gave three scenarios for the 2017 domestic property market, with the most likely one being that the market will move sideways.
he local real estate market has recovered but the State should provide policies to develop small and cheap apartments due to increasing demand, according to the Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA).
The Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA) will convene the fourth Congress for 2016-2021 on October 15 with 800 delegates and 30 international organisations taking part, it told a press conference in Hanoi on October 10.
The total value of property inventories nationwide by mid-August had dipped by VND14.93 trillion, or 29.34%, against December last year to VND36 trillion (US$1.6 billion), the Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA) said.
The Vietnam International Real Estate Exhibition – VNREA EXPO 2016 – will take place at the National Architecture, Planning and Construction Exhibition Centre in Hanoi from July 20-24.
House prices in Vietnam may have hit bottom and are likely to remain stable before rising again in 2018, industry insiders have said at a recent conference in Hanoi.
Investment inflows into the property sector has surged, especially credit from banks, said Nguyen Tran Nam, former deputy minister of Construction and chairman of the Vietnam Real Estate Association (VREA).
The VNREA EXPO 2015, the first large-scale real estate fair held in Vietnam, opened in Hanoi on July 31.
(VOV) - Aiming to promote a healthy sustainable real estate market and increase connectivity between buyer and seller, the Vietnam National Real Estate Association (VNREA) on July 31-August 3 will stage its first-ever real estate expo.