The 250,000 clientel along with tens of reputable strategic partners lays a solid foundation for Novaland to intensify investment in tourism real estate.
Hundreds of real estate projects in Ho Chi Minh City have been delayed by cumbersome administrative procedures and the authorities’ temporary halt on project approval.
The office will help the company attract Japanese investors as well as sell Japanese properties to Vietnamese.
Thanh Cong Group has restructured its business with the ambition to expand into real estate following its success in the automobile industry.
The Hanoi-based developer is seeking opportunities to expand real estate business in the northern port city.
A consortium of three South Korean investors including Shinhan Bank, CoreTrend Investment and ValueSystem will provide Hoang Huy $50 million to develop real estate projects in the northern port city of Haiphong.
Japan is replacing South Korea to become the most active investor in Danang real estate market.
Vietnam remains one of the most favored destinations for foreign investment in Southeast Asia, especially in the field of real estate largely due to the country’s friendly policies encouraging foreign direct investment, its political stability and strong economy.
Because of the trend of shifting production from China to Vietnam and the expansion plan, the electronic manufacturing segment is predicted to increase in recruitment demand in 2019, including middle and high-level human resources.
Vietnam's real estate future will be affected most by e-commerce, which is an integrated factor of top five reshaping trends, according to Stephen Wyatt, country head of real estate consultancy firm JLL Vietnam.
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