Buyers and investors learn about a new housing project. (Photo: SGGP)

Investors tend to choose reliable real estate projects

According a survey made by DKRA Vietnam Joint Stock Company (DKRA Vietnam), the housing market in Southern provinces saw a marked decline in the third quarter of this year. Enterprises in HCMC and neighboring provinces recently offered two projects selling 118 land plots but only 28 pieces were bought.
HCMC targets to build social housing for low-income people

HCMC targets to build social housing for low-income people

During the Covid-19 pandemic, shanties and boarding houses in slums are the places where the disease is most contagious ever. If the living conditions become better, people can cope with the pandemic more effectively, minimizing loss of life.
Banks restrict lending to real estate speculators

Banks restrict lending to real estate speculators

The fact that savings interest rates are at the lowest level in history has made the cash flow shift to other investment channels, including real estate. This is also one of the reasons that cause land fever in many provinces across the country.
Ministries request strict management on real estate market

Ministries request strict management on real estate market

The Ministry of Construction, on March 30, said that it had sent Official Dispatch No.989/BXD-QLN to the People's Committees of municipalities on strengthening the management of the real estate market.
Stagnancy on real estate market expected to go away

Stagnancy on real estate market expected to go away

Reviewing the real estate market last year, the Covid-19 pandemic obviously had certain impacts, but the larger factor was the law. It shows that many risks still exist in the market, which needs tackling soon to enter the new year, with the hope of higher development efficiency.
High-rises along the Saigon River in Binh Thanh District in HCMC. (Photo: SGGP)

Urbanization spurs socio-economic development

The Central Economic Committee in association with the Ho Chi Minh City Real Estate Association and HCMC Open University held a seminar on developing a transparent and sustainable housing market, promoting the process of urbanization and urban development in Vietnam to 2030, with a vision to 2045, on November 27.
Garment production for export at Nha Be Garment Corporation. (Photo: SGGP)

Several optimistic signs support Vietnam’s stock market

Although the Covid-19 pandemic still negatively affected Vietnam’s stock market, as well as many countries around the world, Vietnam's stock market is recovering with good liquidity, showing that many positive factors have appeared.