The Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA) will next month propose solutions to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to remove difficulties in administrative procedures, capital and cut loan interest for real estate businesses.
The Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA) held a conference in Hanoi on February 18 to discuss difficulties in mechanisms and policies faced by businesses and investors.
Despite facing difficulties and challenges, the Vietnamese real estate market is developing stably, positively, and professionally.
Vietnam’s tourism real estate market has the potential for strong development, but utilities and services are needed to attract investors, heard a recent seminar organised by the Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA).
Green buildings provide more benefits for investors in the long term than normal buildings and reduce the economic burden for low- and middle-income families, according to general secretary of Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA) Nguyen Viet Chien.
The domestic real estate market in the second half of this year is not expected to witness significant changes in price due to stability in supply, according to experts.
An insider has predicted a good outlook for the property market in the medium and long terms despite signs of decline in recent months.
Vietnam’s real estate market will likely remain stagnant this year, unlike in 2017 when price increases were rampant in popular spots around the country, predicted deputy head of the Department of Housing and Real Estate Management Nguyen Manh Khoi.
Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA) Nguyen Manh Ha has stated that there is still room for resort real estate to develop, especially in new markets.
The rapid population growth is putting a lot of pressure on housing in Vietnam’s urban areas.
A total of 54 businesses and projects were honoured with the Vietnam Property Awards 2018 in Hanoi on April 14 in recognition of their significant contributions to the development of the real estate market in Vietnam.
The first Vietnam Property Awards 2018 will be held in Hanoi on April 14 to honour businesses and projects with outstanding contributions to the rapid, sustainable and transparent development of the real estate market in Vietnam.
Condotels are becoming a hot development target in the real estate market, as international tourists flock to Vietnam with increasing speed.
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.