Updated: 24/11/2018 | 5:02:55 PM
VINHOMES METROPOLIS (Vinhomes Lieu Giai) has been in operation since the fourth quarter of 2018, promising to supply a large number of top luxurious apartments for expats moving to Hanoi.
Updated: 3/4/2018 | 10:46:21 AM
Expats has spent many years living in Vietnam as well as other roaming destinations and is now the owner of several restaurants and cafes in Hanoi Old Quarter. He is among the first people selling products at this market, and his pastries are familiar products...
Updated: 16/10/2017 | 10:20:07 AM
Foreigners who have legal rights to buy houses in Vietnam, The Law on property was issued by the National Assembly of Vietnam and see how?
Updated: 16/10/2017 | 10:04:17 AM
Can Foreigners buy a house or land in Vietnam, Where Can foreigners buy property and How is the property purchase process,
Updated: 28/2/2017 | 11:04:32 AM
Foreigners have been able to buy property in Vietnam since July 2015, but the property must be located in a subdivision within an approved project. There are a limited number of approved projects in Hanoi, however the majority of them are located away from the...
Updated: 8/2/2017 | 11:10:04 AM
Vietnam Property Market Reports, GDP growth in 2016, FDI flows into Vietnam, Office and Residential for lease market in Vietnam will witness another strong year in 2017
Updated: 7/2/2017 | 3:17:35 PM
Housing prices are still far beyond the incomes of a majority of residents. Problems in planning and large gaps between land prices and incomes will pose challenges for the property market over the next few years, experts said.
Updated: 27/6/2013 | 9:39:15 AM
Five days after the capital city agreed to grant certificates of land-use rights and house ownership to overseas Vietnamese and foreign home buyers, there have been no signs that anyone is interested.
Updated: 27/6/2013 | 9:37:46 AM
The agreement was reached by Warburg Pincus Consortium, Warburg Pincus’ financial arm, and Vingroup, which is coded VIC on Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange.
Updated: 27/6/2013 | 9:28:23 AM
Resolution 02/NQ-CP and other urgent immediate and long-term recommendations aim to stop the worsening situation of the real estate business in 2013, as well as over the next 3 - 5 years.