Housing demand remains high in Ho Chi Minh City despite impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to US-based real estate and investment management services firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL).
Cambodia's real estate sector is performing well as usual although the Covid-19 crisis has slowed down home sales activity, Prime Minister Hun Sen said via Facebook on Tuesday.
An early economic recovery from the global health crisis would bring Vietnam tremendous opportunities to mobilise foreign investment by welcoming relocating multinationals. However, increasing land lease costs could dampen enthusiasm.
The People’s Committee of Kien Giang Province has issued a document to temporarily halt the splitting of land plots and transferal of land use purposes in the island district of Phu Quoc.
Real estate brokerage activities should be professionalised and often individual sellers need better training, especially when the market is in need of momentum after the COVID-19 pandemic, experts said.
“Stay Sustainable” will be a must-have factor for better living standards.
The property industry in HCM City, and in fact the country in general, faces several problems that need urgent solutions, especially with regard to legal provisions.
The real estate market is picking up in the areas surrounding Ho Chi Minh City as inner-city options become limited and the infrastructure of these provinces is improving.
Amid unprecedented delays, disruptions and uncertainty in the construction sector set on by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Arakawa Residence project, an affordable housing development project, is moving faster.
CapitaLand Limited on June 22 announced Ronald Tay as a new CEO appointment in its core market of Vietnam as part of its on-going leadership development and renewal process.