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Real estate woes seen looming next year: VNREA

The real estate market in 2020 is likely to face multiple challenges, Nguyen Tran Nam, chairman of the Vietnam National Real Estate Association (VNREA), told the 2019 Vietnam Real Estate Forum on November 27.

Real estate woes seen looming next year: VNREA

Second Vietnam Real Estate Forum in 2019

On November 27 in Hanoi, the Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA) in collaboration with VITV financial and economic television channel organized the 2nd Vietnam Real Estate Forum 2019.

Second Vietnam Real Estate Forum in 2019

What are the real estate trends in 2019?

Along with the ceremony honouring the winners of VIR’s real estate poll, VIR held the “Real estate Trends in 2019” seminar with the participation of experts, leaders of the Vietnam National Real Estate Association, the Vietnam Association of Realtors, and leading developers.

What are the real estate trends in 2019?

VNREA’s President receives WB representative

Nguyen Tran Nam, President of Vietnam National Real Estate Association (VNREA) discussed with representatives of World Bank (WB) about issues of the local real estate market such as borrowing money from banks and developing low-cost houses during a meeting in October 2018.

VNREA’s President receives WB representative

Green Café Talkshow: Green City and Green People

At 3pm on November 9th 2018, in the Meeting Hall on the third floor, A3 Tower, Ecolife Capitol, 58 To Huu street, Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi City, with the attendance of Leaders of the Vietnamese Real Estate Association, the Vietnamese Association of Architects, experts, leading architects on urban architecture, CEOs of real estate businesses and reporters of press-media organizations.

Green Café Talkshow: Green City and Green People
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Despite limited brand entrance, what keeps Vietnam an attractive retail market?

Despite limited brand entrance, what keeps Vietnam an attractive retail market?

Average monthly rents for retail space in Saigon's central business district kept on rising in the third quarter of 2019 as Vietnam was still considered attractive to international retailers and developers, CBRE stated.