Unpredictable times in real estate sector

Unpredictable times in real estate sector

With issues persisting in terms of cash flow, real estate businesses and investors still hope various bottlenecks will be removed and a struggling market can recover by the end of 2023
Grasping macro context to identify market gains

Grasping macro context to identify market gains

A group of industry experts scrutinised the key issues that drive real estate transaction success and how to identify potential in the property market at a VIR talk show last week.
Due date real estate bonds heap pressure on developers

Due date real estate bonds heap pressure on developers

Although real estate experts are worrying about a debt of VND 360 trillion ($15.6 billion) in bonds that will be due date in the 2022-2024 period, some businesses have returned to issuing bonds for potential investments in their next periods.
Careful bond maturation action urged

Careful bond maturation action urged

The last few months of this year will witness a bumpy road for real estate businesses with heavy mature bond burdens.
Developers struggle with regulations to build worker homes

Developers struggle with regulations to build worker homes

Despite accommodation for workers in industrial zones being an urgent requirement, a series of developers will struggle to build enough, both in and outside such areas, due to tough regulations.
M&A heating up in industrial real estate

M&A heating up in industrial real estate

Implementing merger and acquisition deals is an opportunity for real estate developers and partners to team up to develop large-scale and high-quality industrial zones.
Solutions offered in battle to survive amid credit tightening

Solutions offered in battle to survive amid credit tightening

Real estate developers are resorting to various channels for capital diversification in the face of tightening credit and unfavourable market conditions.
Real estate bonds shackled by rules

Real estate bonds shackled by rules

Although experts believe that rating agencies are an indispensable element of a healthy and transparent market, and a significant fundraising channel, real estate developers may suffer hurdles due to stringent bond issuance rules.
Developers clamour for legal clarity

Developers clamour for legal clarity

Real estate leaders suggest that detailed regulations are needed to promote a healthy condotel, officetel, and resort villa sector in Vietnam.
Selective corporate bond scale expected to widen

Selective corporate bond scale expected to widen

Corporate bonds, in addition to credit channels and stocks, are now a major source of finance for firms, particularly for banks and real estate developers. However, much work has to be done as the channel is still in its infancy.
Second-tier cities latch onto attention

Second-tier cities latch onto attention

Limited land in the central cities is pushing real estate developers to expand their portfolios to the second-tier cities and provinces where they can find out large enough space for developing large-scale urban development areas.
Interest rates putting dampener on real estate

Interest rates putting dampener on real estate

Rising prices due to interest rate hikes are being regarded as the main hindrance for both homebuyers and real estate developers.
CapitaLand’s vision sets new standards of living around West Lake

CapitaLand’s vision sets new standards of living around West Lake

No matter if in Singapore, Shanghai, Chongqing, Saigon, or Hanoi – CapitaLand, one of Asia’s largest real estate developers, sets new benchmarks of living for the next generation of elite residents.
Action plan can pinpoint Saigon River’s prospects

Action plan can pinpoint Saigon River’s prospects

Although every square metre of land located on both sides of the Saigon River is currently evaluated at top prices and occupied by hundreds of real estate developers, the city still does not have a master plan to develop methodically and effectively this golden land area.
Developers work around foreign cap

Developers work around foreign cap

To meet the increasing demands of non-nationals on owning a property in Vietnam, many real estate developers are moving such buyers towards a long-lease term of 50 years instead after using up their restriction of 30 per cent of foreign ownership per project.
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