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The 110-villa project of Hung Loc Phat Real Estate Investment JSC is a typical case of the project has public land interlaced.

Pending projects to benefit from amended Land Law

(Saigon Investment) - The Government has recently amended a number of regulations in the Land Law via Decree 148, which will be effective from February 2021. Accordingly, thousands of projects on public land that were being held up for last several years will now benefit and be able to settle long standing disputes.
The current unpredictability of the Covid-19 pandemic has led to an explosion of online selling sites.

No takers for townhouses in current scenario

(ĐTTCO) - The current unpredictability of the Covid-19 pandemic has led to a huge slump in the property market with an explosion of online selling sites marketing townhouses and shops in apartment buildings across Ho Chi Minh City. Many traders are quite enthusiastic to sell properties online and reach out to customers without the fear of taxes or any checks by authorities.  
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Policy on foreign property ownership in Vietnam

(ĐTTCO) - There is some concern over a policy that allows foreigners to own a private property in Vietnam, with some people worried that this may lead to a massive wave of foreigners coming to buy more houses and apartments. However, reality shows that this must not be a worry as several regulations restrict foreigners and limit them to buy houses in the country.
A new residential area in Binh Chanh district, Ho Chi Minh City

Real estate situation differs across Vietnam

While Ho Chi Minh City is trying to play it safe with urban real estate development, Vietnam’s provincial cities are witnessing billion-dollar projects established by private investors. Subsequently, experts cannot seem to predict a clear future for the market in 2020.

It is necessary to expand the model of social housing but we must have specific policy mechanism for it, and make information transparent. Photo: LONG THANH

Housing development projects in satellite towns

Every five years, the population of Ho Chi Minh City increases by one million, with most people being office workers, students, factory labors, or immigrants with low and middle income. Meanwhile, the price of housing and land is sharply increasing over the years.