Newly issued Decree 25 unplugs bottlenecks for real estate projects

Newly issued Decree 25 unplugs bottlenecks for real estate projects

The prime minister's Decree 25 has broken through the biggest obstacles facing real estate projects nationwide in land bidding and implementation.
Ho Chi Minh City real estate developers urge solutions for breakthough

Ho Chi Minh City real estate developers urge solutions for breakthough

Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee and developers discussed solutions to the legal and administrative quandaries holding back real estate projects in the city.
Ho Chi Minh City real estate developers request help to resume projects

Ho Chi Minh City real estate developers request help to resume projects

Many real estate developers in Ho Chi Minh City are facing stagnation in hundreds of projects due to insufficient legal paperwork.
Developers sue Apple over app store fees

Developers sue Apple over app store fees

A lawsuit filed on Tuesday (Jun 4) by developers alleges Apple is abusing its monopoly position in its online marketplace to extract excessive fees from those creating iPhone applications.
Real estate firms ready to face tightened lending requirements

Real estate firms ready to face tightened lending requirements

Real estate firms need to prepare to cope with more stringent lending requirements from banks from this year as well as the upcoming influx of new supply.
Property market still dark

Property market still dark 1

Despite the Vietnamese government’s latest moves aiming to increase the liquidation of the real estate products, the forecast for the property market this year remains gloomy.
PANASONIC, IBM, specific media, ABOX42, and technisat expand ‘build once, run everywhere’ smart TV alliance  ecosystem

PANASONIC, IBM, specific media, ABOX42, and technisat expand ‘build once, run everywhere’ smart TV alliance ecosystem

Smart TV alliance introduces 5 new members and an updated SDK at CES 2013,increasing market reach, promoting richer apps and optimizing Smart TV experience.
Drastic price cuts skewing the market

Drastic price cuts skewing the market

Some real estate developers are claiming that the dramatically reduced prices offered by other developers is making the market more chaotic.
Hanoi apartment prices slashed

Hanoi apartment prices slashed

Hanoi’s swollen apartment-for-sale market continues to search for scarce buyers as two of the city’s biggest projects became the latest to slash their asking prices.
Phu Quoc scraps delayed projects

Phu Quoc scraps delayed projects

Southern Kien Giang Provincial People’s Committee has swung the axe at scores of delayed investment projects on Phu Quoc island.
Firms have plate full  of issues to chew on

Firms have plate full of issues to chew on

My opinion is that developers should admit the loss even up to 50 per cent of the products’ value in order to release stockpile as soon as possible.
Market in tailspin of great despair

Market in tailspin of great despair

The real estate market has been down in the mouth during the last two years, resulting in heated conflicts between developers and buyers. Developers have faced difficulties in raising capital investment to finish their projects and delayed hand-over of apartments, while buyers are not able to continue payment.
The retail market needs to box clever

The retail market needs to box clever

With decreased or free rents, retailers can decrease their products’ prices. Customers will come with them and they will come with us.
Opening door to property

Opening door to property

Many Singaporean high-profile developers such as Ascendas, Sembcorp, Mapletree, Keppel Land and CapitaLand already have a firm footing in Vietnam. Dao Manh Hung, head of investment at Savills Hanoi, analyses the strengths of the island state’s investors and the opportunities they enjoy in Vietnam.
Players search for the bottom

Players search for the bottom

It all happened early 2011, when secondary condominium prices in Hanoi started to go down by a small amount at first, and then by as large as 6 per cent on average quarter on quarter.
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