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HCM City rental yields down

HCM City rental yields down

Apartment rental yields in Ho Chi Minh City have declined slightly due to excessive supply, property consultancies said.

Robust realty growth in HCMC: Savills Vietnam

Robust realty growth in HCMC: Savills Vietnam

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 sees rise in M&A deals

Real estate sees rise in M&A deals

Since the Investment Law took effect in July 2015, Vietnam’s FDI inflows, and the real estate sector in particular, have significantly increased in terms of merger and acquisition (M&A) activities.

Foreign investors take a shine to VN property market

Foreign investors take a shine to VN property market

In the year-to-date FDI in real estate has been worth US$5.9 billion, the highest level in a long time and second in terms of sectors this year with almost a fourth of total investment, the Foreign Investment Agency said in a recent report.

Retail sector grows 10.6% in 2017: Savills Vietnam

Retail sector grows 10.6% in 2017: Savills Vietnam

Vietnam’s retail sector earned about US$129.6 billion in 2017, a rise of 10.6% from the previous year, according to a report on global retail market trends of Savills Vietnam retail consultancy.

Consumers change retail

Consumers change retail

The retail sector in Vietnam has been going through revolutionary changes to serve a generation of local, tech-savvy consumers as well as an increasing number of tourists.

HCM City hotel market bounces back in Q1

HCM City hotel market bounces back in Q1

Average hotel occupancy rate in Ho Chi Minh City reached 74% in the first quarter, increasing by 6 percentage points from the same period last year.

Office-for-lease market ready to take off

Office-for-lease market ready to take off

2017 has witnessed the rise of the office-for-lease segment in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. It is believed that 2018 will act as a leverage for a boom in this segment in the following years.