The implementation of the revised Law on Real Estate Business is expected to attract a range of new investors to the office for lease market.
The law-making National Assembly’s green light to the construction of Long Thanh International Airport in the southern province of Dong Nai is forecast to turn the surrounding area into a hotspot for realty investors like what happened in 2009, an expert from US-owned realty consultant firm CBRE Vietnam said this week.
Vietnam’s tallest building just one project set to benefit from legal changes allowing foreigners to buy houses in the country.
The National Assembly's approval of the long-awaited amendments to the Housing Law on November 25 is more significant than previously thought and marks a strong step towards opening up the Vietnam real estate market to overseas investment, property consultant CBRE Vietnam has said in a press release.
(VOV) -Fourteen out of 15 chartered air routes from China to Vietnam’s central Danang city have been cancelled until the end of September 2014.
While the domestic property market continues to stagnate, statistics show that foreign direct investment (FDI) in real-estate projects is on the rise.
There are some signs that office rental prices are following a downward trend.
Vietnam is emerging as a new destination in Southeast Asia for information technology (IT) outsourcing and research and development (R&D) projects, says CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) Vietnam.