Capital flows from Japan, Singapore, South Korea, etc. are strongly arriving to Vietnam real estate market, resulting in more and more foreign-invested property projects. According to Duong Thuy Dung, Director of Research and Consulting at CBRE Vietnam, even though committed FDI capital figure is lower than previous year, we should look at quality instead of quantity. Over one year, the liquidifed capital is higher than the committed one. Meanwhile, in 2007-2008, committed capital in real estate might reach 25pct of total FDI capital, but the liquidity figure. Right after that was very humble. Some noticeable investments in HCMC include Creed Group investing in City Gate of Nam Bay Bay and River City of Phat Dat and An Gia Investment; Hankyu Reaty and Nishi Nippon Railroad working with Nam Long Group to develop affordable housing in East Saigon.