Higher housing sales volumes forecast in Q2 Business

Higher housing sales volumes forecast in Q2

The real estate market will welcome many new launches in the second quarter of 2017 and sales volumes will be higher than the last quarter, according to the Vietnam National Real Estate Association.
New loan packages for social housing Business

New loan packages for social housing

Two new preferential loans, unrestricted by scale and deadline, for social housing and cheap commercial housing projects will be provided to low-income earners. The new packages are expected to continue the 30 trillion VND housing stimulus package.
Vietnam needs more cheap housing: VNREA Business

Vietnam needs more cheap housing: VNREA

The local real estate market has recovered but the State should provide policies to develop small and cheap apartments due to increasing demand, according to the Vietnam Real Estate Association.
Real estate expo to take place in Hanoi Business

Real estate expo to take place in Hanoi

The Vietnam International Real Estate Exhibition – VNREA EXPO 2016 – will take place at the National Architecture, Planning and Construction Exhibition Centre in Hanoi from July 20-24.
Vietnam property prices set to increase Business

Vietnam property prices set to increase

Property prices are expected to increase by five to 10 percent in the year of 2016, especially hot projects that have good infrastructure and ensure construction progress.
 Investment climbs in property sector Business

Investment climbs in property sector

Investment inflows into the property sector has surged, especially credit from banks, said Nguyen Tran Nam, former Deputy Minister of Construction and Chairman of the Vietnam Real Estate Association.
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Housing market shows recovery signs

The real estate market underwent positive development in the first six months of 2014 as inventories decreased. The number of successful transactions strongly increased while many construction projects have resumed their works, the Vietnam Economic News reported.