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Financial Times explains why now is the best moment to buy Vietnam properties

In 2008, when the property bubble burst and the real estate market was frozen, property prices in Vietnam had increased by 100% compared to the previous year's, and the high-end apartment prices also hit the ceiling. However, according to Marc Townsend, managing director of CBRE Vietnam, what happened next was very gloomy: all property firms sat still, contractors left, and banks did not know what to do next. Year to date, there are still some half-finished resort projects across the country, as their investors have gone bankrupt.