Despite the impact of the pandemic, real estate markets across the world such as the US, Australia, Canada, and South Korea are still experiencing a “fever”, with skyrocketing real estate prices.
In the US, new houses are being “hunted”, causing house prices to jump 20-30 per cent compared to pre-pandemic levels. Surging house sales and prices were attributed to a combination of low-interest rates, government stimulus packages, and a rush of homebuyers looking to expand their living space while staying at home during the pandemic.
Data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has also revealed that Australian residential property prices increased by 6.7 per cent in the second quarter of 2021. House prices are higher than they were in pre-COVID-19, with a staggering 19 per cent jump.
In China, a series of post-COVID-19 government regulations and the impact of Evergrande have limited real estate investment opportunities, causing investors to redirect their cash flows to Southeast Asia. Many Chinese and Taiwanese investors have been paying greater attention to the industrial and residential real estate market in Vietnam.
Albeit Vietnam was affected by the fourth wave of COVID-19 from late April, the country’s real estate market has always been the centre of attraction for world investors. Projects located in satellite cities, which have space to develop infrastructure and utilities, always draw the attention of investors from China, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and more as this is a potential market for foreign investors wanting to diversify their investment portfolios and looking for profit potential.
|The talk show aims to review the global real estate market in 2021 with multi-dimensional perspectives from experts and check the Vietnamese real estate market along with opportunities and solutions for investors in 2022. |
Especially after Vietnam’s southern localities have eased social distancing measures, the real estate market began to show signs of growth and strong recovery. One highlight, in this case, was the auction event for “golden” land areas in Ho Chi Minh City on December 10. The winning bid was nearly $105,000 per square metre, far exceeding the world’s most expensive real estate areas in the US and Hong Kong (China).
That means that despite the impacts of the fourth wave of COVID-19, real estate investors still see opportunities.
It is also a motivation for Dat Xanh Services – part of Dat Xanh Group, a major developer based in Ho Chi Minh City – and International Real Estate Services JSC (VIRES – a member of Dat Xanh Services), and FINA (a fintech platform), to organise the "Vietnam Real Estate Post-COVID: Opportunities and Challenges” talk show to provide international customers with the most comprehensive overview of the Vietnamese real estate market.
A talk show on global real estate to be held in Vietnam
According to the Organising Committee, this is the first global-scale real estate event held in Vietnam, with two main languages (English and Chinese). The event aims to review the global real estate market in 2021 with multi-dimensional perspectives from experts and check the Vietnamese real estate market along with opportunities and solutions for investors in 2022.
This talk show will provide viewers with an online connection with international experts from the hottest real estate markets at the moment, such as the US, Australia, China, and Taiwan. Experts in each of these countries will talk about the real estate picture in their country while the world is still affected by the pandemic; their investment experiences in the new normal; land and property segments where price rises, and more.
Part of the event, discussions would feature a wide line up of real estate, financial, and economic experts, including Vincent Nguyen, CEO of VIRES; Alex Pham, chief economist of Dat Xanh Services, CEO of FINA; and John Hoang, marketing director of Dat Xanh Group; along with distinguished guests, including Conrad Hung, CEO and founding partner of VPAC Capital (China); Lina Chu, founding president of AREAA Inland Empire (US); Laura Pamatian, founder of HEIGHTZERO Real Estate and Consulting (US); Michael Thai, CEO of Spire Property (Australia); CK Tsao, chairman of Chunxi Financial Consultant Corporation (Taiwan), among others, promising to bring the most accurate market panorama with valuable comments on post-COVID-19 real estate investment opportunities.
Those who are interested in the event can attend online via the Real Agent platform: