Property News

Land rental rates could be increased
HA NOI (Homeid)— The Finance Ministry has proposed increasing land rental rates as part of a draft decree on land rental, water surface rental and land use fees that will likely be submitted to the Prime Minister next month.
New apartment project in Phu My Hung announced
HCM CITY (Homeid) — The Phu My Hung Development Corporation has officially announced two model apartments for its new project, Green Valley, in District 7 of HCM City.
Ha Noi residential inventory declines in 2013
HA NOI (Homeid) ― Ha Noi's residential inventory declined throughout last year due to falling property prices, according to Savills Vietnam's measurement, released on March 3.
Land prices in suburbs expected to rise
HA NOI (Homeid)— Land in suburban areas in the capital's communes, such as Co Nhue and Phu Dien in Tu Liem District, Thach Ban in Long Bien District, have shown positive signs and remain attractive.
Ministry of Construction defends controversial circular
Deputy Minister of Construction has had to explain circular 16, which has been blamed for cheating home-buyers.
Novaland to complete three apartment complexes
HCM CITY (Homeid) ― The Novaland Group on February 23 announced that it would cooperate with investors to finish the construction of three incomplete apartment complexes in HCM City.
Real estate industry set for influx of foreign cash
Vietnam's real estate industry is expected to attract more foreign investors, even though the domestic economy is forecast to still face challenges this year, according to experts.
Open terms on offer for apartment ownership
HA NOI (Homeid) — Apartment buyers and sellers can now negotiate the length of ownership for apartments instead of a fixed term as at present, according to the Ministry of Construction.
New year offers real growth prospects
Dang Hung Vo, former Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Environment talks to VIR about potential solutions to the present real estate malaise.
Remittances revive real estate
Property developers are eyeing the remittances overseas Vietnamese traditionally send before Tet (the Lunar New Year).