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dimanche 19 novembre 2017

Not everyone dances to the same tune

Two weeks ago, I was invited to a new modern well-equipped apartment of a friend in Hà Nội’s Royal City, a super modern apartment world smelling of luxury.

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jeudi 19 octobre 2017

Low-cost living in Vietnam’s cool-weather highlands

John Pearce knew he wanted to live in Dalat, in Vietnam’s central highlands, from the very first time he visited the town.

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mercredi 7 juin 2017

Vietnam quickly becoming Asia’s latest property hotspot

With Hong Kong and mainland prices going through the roof, investors are looking further west for more affordable targets

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dimanche 14 février 2016

Property remains hot topic in Vietnam

Though there is no sign yet of the price "fever" that periodically marks the Vietnamese property market or a bubble, the market remains a hot topic for analysts and the media.

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jeudi 10 décembre 2015

'I love property': Vietnam real estate market heating up

Vietnam’s property market is showing signs of a pick up. Next to mature real estate markets like Singapore, Hong Kong and even Bangkok, Vietnam’s appeal, as well as its biggest risks, lie in its emerging market status.

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mercredi 2 décembre 2015

Vietnam city delays demolition of illegal $4.5mn palace as magnate calls for PM help

While the deadline to have his illegally built palace demolished drew near, a gold mining mogul in central Vietnam has sought help from an unusual source: the prime minister. And it worked.

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mardi 20 octobre 2015

Growing foreign interest in Vietnam's real estate

Foreign buyers are starting to take greater interest in the Vietnamese property market after a slew of legislative changes has given them a freer hand there, CBRE says.

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samedi 12 septembre 2015

Cash banned for foreigners' property trade in Vietnam

Foreigners buying or selling houses in Vietnam are required to carry out the transactions through banks in the country and not in cash, local newspaper Vietnam News reported Saturday.

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mercredi 5 août 2015

Atkins starts building Vietnam's tallest skyscraper in Ho Chi Minh City

British architect Atkins has started work on a 460-metre-high skyscraper in Ho Chi Minh City, which is set to become the tallest building in Vietnam on completion.

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mardi 21 avril 2015

Vietnam to open up property market to foreigners

Vietnam is months away from opening up its property market to foreign buyers. With economic growth hovering above 5 per cent, developers say the country makes a good property play, especially for those looking to diversify in the region. But it could be a while before international buyers bite.

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samedi 4 avril 2015

Vietnam relaxes its rules on foreign ownership of property

Communist country opens the door to overseas investors — but will they come ?

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dimanche 25 janvier 2015

Home cheap home : Vietnam architect’s quest for low-cost housing

LONG AN - Vo Van Duong's bamboo and coconut leaf house looks much like others deep in Vietnam's Mekong Delta. But unlike them, his seemingly simple abode is designed to withstand typhoons, flooding and earthquakes—and at a cost of less than $4,000 could herald a new wave of cheap, sustainable housing.

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jeudi 27 novembre 2014

Vietnam moves to allow foreigners to buy homes

HANOI—Vietnam has moved to allow foreigners to buy homes as it tries to revive its struggling real-estate market and attract more outside investment.

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mardi 23 septembre 2014

Foreigners face strict home ownership rules in Vietnam

The latest draft amendment to the Housing Law has drawn flak for perpetuating strict requirements on foreign home ownership in Vietnam.

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mardi 11 mars 2014

Vietnam lawmakers want restrictions on foreigners buying houses

The Ministry of Construction wants to scrap virtually all restrictions on overseas Vietnamese​, or Viet kieu, and foreigners owning property in Vietnam, but some lawmakers want to proceed more cautiously.

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jeudi 20 février 2014

Vietnam seaside tourism projects left to rust, locals have no sea access

Hundreds of projects, mostly resorts, have been abandoned for years along Vietnam’s central and southern coast, leaving locals jobless and cut off from the sea

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dimanche 16 février 2014

Red tape prevents Vietnam housing industry recovery

With as many as 400 guiding documents on real estate laws and regulations to follow, red tape has become a huge drag on businesses’ efforts to revive the housing market.

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dimanche 2 février 2014

Coming to Vietnam, a game changer for foreign investors ?

Proposals to open Vietnam to foreign property investors are being pushed by Nguyen Tan Dung, Vietnam’s Prime Minister.

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mardi 21 janvier 2014

Vietnam to ease conditions for foreigners to buy houses

The revised versions of Vietnam's housing law and real estate business law will soon allow any foreigner to buy houses in the country.

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mercredi 4 décembre 2013

Optimism over Vietnam property, with caveats

HO CHI MINH CITY — Dinh Thien Thien’s barbecue business bloomed just as Vietnam’s property market wilted. It was not a coincidence.

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dimanche 15 septembre 2013

No influx of foreigners to buy houses in Vietnam

The local property market is awaiting potential foreign purchasers, following the Ministry of Construction’s proposal to loosen regulations for foreigners to buy houses in Vietnam. The market after five years under a pilot program to sell houses to foreigner has seen only some 120 houses sold to them, compared to a huge number of around 80,000 foreigners living and working in the country.

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lundi 26 août 2013

Allowing foreigners to buy houses unlikely to revive Vietnam market

The construction ministry’s recommendation that foreigners be allowed to buy property is a step in the right direction for a maturing market but would not have a big impact on the market itself, analysts have said.

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dimanche 11 août 2013

Vietnam mulls opening ailing real estate market to foreign buyers

Vietnam’s Ministry of Construction has proposed that foreigners residing in the country are given more chances to buy homes in Vietnam as part of efforts to reduce inventories in real estate sector.

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dimanche 14 avril 2013

Allowing foreigners buying houses in VN to rescue property market ?

Vietnam will not be able to rescue the real estate market if it only relies on the domestic resources. The government has been urged to allow foreigners to buy houses in Vietnam to increase the demand.

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jeudi 11 avril 2013

Da Nang heritage homes face uncertain future

Da Nang lists old houses in need of conservation but offers no help

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lundi 1 avril 2013

Reasons why Vietnam’s real estate market has been stuck in such difficulties

Difficulties in real estate market in the second half of 2011 have extended till the end of 2012. All regions and segments experienced lack of liquidity; many businesses went bankrupt, and many brokers gave up their jobs, etc.

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samedi 2 février 2013

Central coastline of Vietnam draws interest overseas

DA NANG — The coastal road from Da Nang to Hoi An is littered with the concrete skeletons of unfinished beachfront developments — physical proof of how the slump in Vietnam’s banking and property sectors is dragging down its economy.

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samedi 22 décembre 2012

Minister calls for halt to Hanoi’s inactive realty projects

HANOI – Minister of Construction Trinh Dinh Dung on Wednesday suggested property projects that have not yet carried out site clearance should be halted in order to settle the oversupply problem of the Hanoi real estate market.

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dimanche 2 décembre 2012

Vietnam empty office towers show dreams turned to rubble

From afar, the gleaming metal and glass edifices of Hanoi’s EVN Tower illustrate Vietnam’s rapid economic development. Up close, the rubble-strewn entrance and missing windows tell another story: one of loose lending and property speculation that now hangs over the country’s banks.

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lundi 26 novembre 2012

Vietnam empty office towers show dreams turned to rubble

From afar, the gleaming metal and glass edifices of Hanoi’s EVN Tower illustrate Vietnam’s rapid economic development. Up close, the rubble-strewn entrance and missing windows tell another story: one of loose lending and property speculation that now hangs over the country’s banks.

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