Land prices have surged on Côn Đảo Island, a popular tourist destination in Bà Rịa - Vũng Tàu Province, due to massive land speculation.
The real estate market continues to be attractive to investors, but the level of competition would be much higher this year and the following years.
HCM City authorities are demanding that district authorities strictly enforce regulations on separating land plots for sale, especially in suburban areas where the practice has led to rising prices.
What comes to mind when you think of Phú Quốc Island? Pristine beaches, historic sites, Buddhist shrines, or fishing villages?
Authorities in central Khánh Hòa Province have called for improvement in land management in Vạn Ninh District, which is ready to become Bắc Vân Phong special administrative economic unit.
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The State management agencies and local authorities must be cautious with the real estate market performances and wary of a market bubble, Deputy Prime Minister Trịnh Đình Dũng reiterated recently.
Dozens of planned urban development projects on the outskirts of Hà Nội have not been completed, turning into ghost towns and a source of misery for residents and investors.
HCM City authorities have taken swift action to quell rumours spread by speculators and brokers that were threatening to cause a real estate bubble in outlying districts.
Being the economic hub of the country, HCM City has kept developing and attracting people from other regions as well as countries. This migration is one of the factors that keep its real estate market buzzing. Việt Nam News reporter Thu Ngân speaks with expatriates and real estate executives to find out how they see the market now.