Real Estate

Government proposes putting land laws into effect six months earlier

New land laws in Việt Nam could take effect six months earlier than proposed, after the Vietnamese Government resolved on Friday to propose that the...

Accelerating legislation to aid real estate market

This will ease access to land for businesses, attract investment, and help achieve socio-economic goals for the benefit of the public.

HCM City eyes social housing rental plans

Only one social housing project out of the planned 37 ones for the 2021-25 period completed, according to a report of the city’s Department of...

Real estate firms back on track

The real estate market is showing inspiring signs amid resumed transactions, with businesses in the sector about to embrace a new growth cycle.

Condotel sales at their lowest level in six years in Q1

The condotel market is facing liquidity issues, with sales at their lowest level in six years in the first quarter of the year.

Real estate market in the South picking up

The real estate market in provinces and cities in the southern region of Việt Nam in the first months of 2024 grew, with land, low-cost housing and...

2024 Land Law to draw real estate investment, increase social housing supply

Expediting the enforcement of the 2024 Land Law would stimulate the supply of social housing and encourage enterprises to be more assertive in...

Business concerns apparent on land law

The business community is still unclear about draft decrees related to land prices and implementation of the new Land Law.

Social housing buyers and renters are hesitant to borrow from preferential credit package

Social housing buyers and renters are wary of high-interest rates of loans under the VNĐ125 trillion package for developing social housing and worker...

HCM City real estate market recovers slowly but steadily

The HCM City real estate market has shown signs of recovery this year, with a 10 per cent year-on-year increase in the value of total transactions.

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