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Buy-to-hire tendency prospers
26/11/2014

In recent time, a real estate stimulus that is being applied by many project investors is hiring property products that have been bought by...

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CBRE and Genesis announces research about career and office in 2030
11/11/2014

In the white paper "Fast Forward 2030: The Future of Work and the Workplace", property consulting firm CBRE Vietnam a Genesis, a leading Chinese...

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FDI still strongly flows into real estate
03/11/2014

Investment capital in Vietnam real estate market continues to increase sharply. Many major foreign investors have being promoted high-valued...

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HCMC real estate market: Why is there such a paradox?
02/11/2014

HCMC real estate market witnessed waves with opposite directions. Aside from suspended projects, there are projects that received huge attention...

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VN economy improving: CBRE
30/10/2014

Viet Nam's GDP grew 5.62 per cent in the first nine months of 2014, along with accelerating foreign investment that increased exports and...

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Cheaper real estate prices entice Hanoians
28/10/2014

According to the latest report from CBRE Viet Nam, in Q3 2014, market continued to witness active launches and re-launches even during the...

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Confidence - Decisive Factor for Property Market Recovery
27/10/2014

The real estate market has been frozen so long; since 2008, housing prices have fallen significantly. Many investors had no choice other than...

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Apartment market in better shape
25/10/2014

The apartment market in HCMC has picked up with more apartment sales recorded in the first three quarters of this year. According to the real...

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Reducing Real Estate Inventories
20/10/2014

Focus on customers   The pickup of real estate prices has started to catch the attention of investors after a two-year decline....

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Housing oversupply
16/10/2014

Many speculators, with the majority coming from HCMC, rushed to buy land there due to much lower prices compared to that in HCMC. And now, given...

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