Vietnamese developers are seeking new capital sources as banks tighten credit for real estate.
More competitive land cost as well as lower occupancy rate are making emerging industrial areas in surrounding provinces become more attractive to investors and developers.
L’Alyana Senses World is poised to elevate tourism in Phu Quoc island to a new height.
Yields of 4-6 per cent are the right expectations for a sustainable rental return, given that the buyer still enjoys free usage and a potential chance for capital gain in the mid- to long-term, says Savills Hotels APAC.
As Danang and Nha Trang has expericenced a slowdown in second-home supplies, non-traditional markets such as Binh Thuan and Ba Ria-Vung Tau are emerging as next hotspots.
Indochina Kajima Development Limited and partners celebrate the topping out of the first Wínk hotel in Ho Chi Minh City and the groundbreaking of another Wínk hotel in Danang.
PwC recommends all asset classes in the southern commercial hub be bought next year.
The key benefits of the sharing economy are flexibility, maximising value and the collaborative, human element.
The Keppel Group held the groundbreaking ceremony this morning for Saigon Sports City, a 64-hectare site which will be developed into a smart, integrated township in the prime District 2 of Ho Chi Minh City.
Domestic investors demand on hotel investments has been growing in recent years, bringing fierce competition with foreign ones.
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