Southeast Asia’s best developers and achievers brought honours and prestige to their respective countries as they competed for the regional titles at the 6th annual South East Asia Property Awards 2016 grand finale event of the prestigious Asia Property Awards series, presented by Hansgrohe and organised by PropertyGuru, Asia’s leading online property group. Read more »
Experts at Property Report Congress Vietnam agree that Vietnam real estate has a bright future. The real estate sector is in a very good situation compared to the “nightmare” back in 2008, referring partly to the Global Financial Crisis. Read more »
Foreign investment into the hotel and resort sector has seen stable growth recently, with the increasing presence of established international firms. Mauro Gasparotti, executive director of Alternaty Real Estate, gives VIR an exclusive look into international interest in the market.
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The Oakwood Asia-Pacific brand marks its first step into Vietnam on August 26 by signing a hotel management contract with domestic real estate developer Son Kim Land over Oakwood Apartments in Ho Chi Minh City.
New destinations such as Quang Binh and Ninh Binh have seen significant increase of travellers, who see these places as a worthy travel destination, a clear sign that the Vietnamese are keen to explore their motherland.
Currently Vietnam is offering the most exciting opportunity in the region, while at the same time the regional real estate markets are suffering
The Japanese population offers a reliable source of current and future demand for short- and long-term accommodations, with growing interest among Japanese companies to open units in Viet Nam. Read more »
Vietnamese lawmakers approved a law allowing broad foreign ownership of property, as the government seeks to boost an ailing real-estate market and accelerate economic growth. Read more »
Southeast Asia’s first real estate crowdfunding site CoAssets, has partnered up with Alternaty as it expands its footprint into other Asian countries. Read more »