It might sound paradoxical to say that the apartments are "picky" in choosing their owners, but in fact, right from the point of "conception", the developer of King Palace has created an artwork and began looking for the right owners – people with an aesthetic streak and a fondness for humanistic values.
Recapital Investments Pte., Ltd. – the investment fund owned by Rosan P. Roeslani, the former president of Inter Milan football club – officially sold a majority stake in Ninh Van Bay Travel Real Estate JSC and withdrew from the Board of Directors of the company.
After Phu Quoc Island, the beautiful coastal city of Danang and Sheraton Grand Danang have been chosen by a super-rich Indian couple to host a magnificent wedding.
At a recent meeting with the Standing Party Committee Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Novaland, a major real estate developer based in Ho Chi Minh City, unveiled its pipeline of resort real estate projects that would help maximise their location advantages as well as tap into the province’s enormous potential for sustainable tourism development.
Chip Mong Land, one of the Kingdom’s leading construction developers, has launched the “Park Land 50M” residential project.
Despite a small supply of new projects at rather high prices, both investors and experts are optimistic about the prospects of this market – with good reason. The improving infrastructure, the rise of the Vietnamese middle class, and the arrival of rich foreign people are expected to give the market a new push in the near future.
Two 46-storey condominium blocks in Yuetai Group Co Ltd’s Phnom Penh Harbour or “The City Gate” development project broke ground late last month and are scheduled to be completed by the end of 2022.
Hundreds of Vietnamese firms are serving as proxies for foreigners to buy real estate units in areas vital to national security, says Deputy PM Pham Binh Minh.
With the pollution of Hanoi's clean water reserves reverberating still, the development of Phu My Hung's Sannam project in Hoa Binh province’s Ky Son district may run into unexpected trouble.
Saigon land prices have increased 2.5-3 times every decade in the last 20 years, putting house ownership beyond most residents.