Saigon Telecommunication and Technologies Corporation (SaigonTel), a HCMC-based telecom service provider, has announced that it will boost investment in the real estate sector, including in an upcoming luxury residential project in HCMC’s District 4.
Land prices have sharply increased in the past month in the centre of the Central Highlands tourist hot spot of Dalat.
The property sector will continue to be a fertile ground for foreign investors, largely due to the country’s rising demands for housing as well as deeper global integration with a line-up of bilateral and multi-lateral new-generation trade pacts.
The development of the tourism sector has helped attracting investment in tourism real estate, while encouraging investors to diversify their projects, products and services, held experts at the Tourism Property Forum 2019 on April 6.
More than 1,600 pavilions will be set up at the Vietbuild international exhibition, the largest exhibition of the construction sector in Vietnam, which will take place in Hanoi from March 27-31.
More foreigners are buying apartments and investing in real estate in Vietnam, especially in Ho Chi Minh City, with most of them coming from mainland China, Japan, Singapore and the Republic of Korea.
Mergers and acquisitions activity is growing across the Asia-Pacific real estate market, a sign that institutional investors are continuing to increase their allocations to the industry.
After 16 years of joining and developing with the Vietnamese real estate market, CBRE Vietnam has recently marked a memorable milestone by introducing a totally new look for its main office in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam’s real estate race is becoming hotter than ever with the growing attention of many domestic and foreign investors and a record amount of investment in recent years.
Experts believe that mid-range apartment and flat land segments will lead the Hanoi market in the Year of the Pig.
Despite challenges arising, the real estate market in Vietnam ended 2018 in a good place, and expects to remain stable this year.
Vietnam’s real estate market will be shaped by five main trends in 2019 according to a JLL report: the mid-end and affordable apartment segment, flexible workspaces, technology companies in the office segment, e-commerce in logistics, and hotel lifestyle.
Vietnamese homestay platform Luxstay has raised US$3 million from CyberAgent Ventures and other foreign investors in its bridge round.
The HCM City housing market showed signs of unsustainability in 2018 due to an imbalance between supply and demand, a property industry business group said.
Fujimart Vietnam Retail, a joint venture between Japanese trading house Sumitomo and local retail and real estate conglomerate BRG Group, will open its first Vietnamese supermarket in Hanoi this month.
More high-end apartments for rent have reduced returns on investment in Ho Chi Minh City, real estate professionals say.
Saigon leads Vietnam in real estate interest, drawing 300 million internet searches in the last 12 months.
VOV.VN - More than 450 domestic and foreign businesses will display their products at 1,600 pavilions at the 3rd Vietbuild Hanoi 2018 expo themed “Construction - Building materials - Real Estate & Interior - Exterior Decoration”, scheduled for November 23 in Hanoi.
The HCM City property market has witnessed robust growth in various segments, such as retail space, offices, serviced apartments and hotels, according to property consultancy Savills Vietnam in a report on the local real estate market in the third quarter of this year, released on October 8.
Real estate attracts 23% of the total FDI injection into Vietnam in the first three quarters of 2018, property services firm CBRE Vietnam said on October 4.