Real Estate

Social housing credit package to be made more preferential to increase disbursement

Disbursement of the the social housing credit package worth VNĐ120 trillion (US$4.73 billion) remains stagnant due to bottlenecks in legal procedures...

Lenders struggling to auction assets of bad debt amid market slump

State-owned Agribank is seeking to auction 28 apartments in HCM City with a starting price of VNĐ60 billion (US$2.35 million) to recover debt amid a...

Hanoi commercial letting stagnates

Property owners who rent commercial space need to change and adapt their approach in response to the difficulties faced by tenants.

Vingroup, Techcombank propose lower interest rates and extended loan terms for social housing

Vingroup and Techcombank have proposed a new preferential credit package for social housing.

Vietnam's industrial property sector to benefit from stable growth of FDI

Vietnam's industrial property segment is continuing to benefit directly from a steady increase in foreign direct investment (FDI), according to a...

Nudge needed for home loan gains

Despite low-interest loan packages and supportive policies, the demand for housing loans remains low in Vietnam, with many investors awaiting a full...

New legal framework to create advantages for foreign real estate investors

Experts believe that positive changes in real estate laws and the policies of the Government will increasingly attract many foreign investors...

Stagnation in tourism real estate festers

Policies related to subleasing and interest rate support from developers have not brought about the expected effectiveness for tourism real estate...

New Housing Law to lift legal barriers to renovating old apartments in Hanoi

The 2023 Housing Law introduces several important changes to address these issues.

Retail properties see vacancies increase

Savills Hanoi's market brief for the first half of 2024 was released on July 11 and shows that major shopping centres in the capital are witnessing...

Real estate stocks

Construction stocks


Back To Top