Vietnam’s real estate sector has witnessed significant participation from Japanese investors through cooperation with Vietnamese businesses recently, promising to bring benefits to the real estate market.
A welcoming climate of safety, security, and better pre- and post-sale services is attracting overseas Vietnamese back to their motherland for property purchases.
Leading property management firm Savills Vietnam has officially been appointed to manage Hanoi’s Thang Long Number One Apartments project.
Real estate ranked third among business fields which received the most FDI (foreign direct investment) capital in 2017, with US$3.05 billion committed, accounting for 8.5% of total registered FDI capital, according to the Foreign Investment Agency.
While Asian investors are dominating real estate investment and mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in Vietnam, many European and American firms have chosen to invest in listed property companies, according to a specialist of Savills Vietnam.
Blockchain technology can bring revolutionary changes to the real estate sector in many aspects of the world market, including Vietnam, according to Savills Vietnam’s press release.
During the last 10 months, Vietnam continued to see strong interest from developers for large-scale, mixed-use projects with residential components in major cities.
At the end of the year, the real estate market becomes more active as investors flock to “premiere” their real estate products. The apartment supply is plentiful and customers have more choices, but not all projects meet customer demand.
In 2016, Vietnam received 10 million foreign travelers and served 62 million domestic travelers.
The number of foreigners buying real estate products in Vietnam has increased, but the domestic property market needs policies to attract more foreign investment, according to experts.
Retail space for lease in Hanoi has recorded the best occupancy rate and rental prices in the last five years, according to Savills Vietnam.
The construction and development of underground urban areas is an indispensable trend in modern urban development, according to Savills Vietnam.
The supply of condotels has been soaring in the last few years and investors have been advised to think carefully before pouring money into the market segment.
Vietnam's housing market is improving with a longer real estate cycle, according to property consultancy firm Savills Vietnam at a conference about stabilising the macroeconomy held on June 27.
The real estate market has become busier with a large number of merger & acquisition (M&A) deals recorded in the last two quarters.
The real estate market is busy with mergers and acquisitions (M&A), which are forecast to touch a record high this year, driven by the sector’s steady recovery.
The number of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in Vietnam’s real estate market will continue growing this year and beyond, according to Savills Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Savills Vietnam signed a merger agreement today (Mar. 28), with Alternaty, a boutique real estate consulting firm based out of Indochina with offices in Ho Chi Minh City.
The housing market is facing an oversupply of high-end developments, detracting from the market’s attraction to investors, Minister of Construction Pham Hong Ha has said at a meeting with the Prime Minister’s working group recently.
With infrastructural upgrades and less risk than other investment channels, the resort and second-home real estate market has been developing rapidly. And though experts warn that the breakneck development of projects could lead to oversupply in the coming years, all signs point to optimism.