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Tin Tức Bất Động Sản Nổi Bật - Tuần 2 | 2016

Nguồn vốn nước ngoài đầu tư vào Việt Nam đạt mức ghi nhận cao nhất trong năm 2015, hứa hẹn nền kinh tế tăng trưởng mạnh mẽ hơn, những cũng tạo nhiều cạnh tranh hơn cho các công ty trong nước.


Vietnam welcomes record high FDI

Foreign capital flowing into Vietnam reached a record high last year, promising more economic growth but more competition for domestic companies. According to the General Statistics Office, there were over 2,000 FDI projects with total capital of USD15.6 billion, along with another 814 projects expanding their investment to USD7.2 billion by the end of 2015, a year-on-year increase of 12.5 percent. One of the most significant FDI projects was the Samsung Electronics HCM City CE Complex, which received a license to add USD 600 million late last year.

Steady macro economy bodes well for property market

The average consumer price index gained 0.63 percent in 2015, the lowest recorded since 2001. Likewise, home loan interest rates stayed low, encouraging the realty market to thrive. Credit growth stood at 18 percent last year, compared to between 12 and 14 percent recorded for 2012-2014. Despite a slight rise after the US Federal Reserve (FED) deciding to raise interest rates by 0.25 percentage points in early December 2015, Vietnam’s interest rates are projected to be stable throughout 2016.

Vietnam to benefit mostly from TPP by 2030: WBG report

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement will provide economic impetus predominantly to Vietnam, Japan and Malaysia among other parties to the deal by 2030, according to a Global Economic Prospects report recently released by the World Bank Group (WBG). The report said Vietnam will receive the biggest boost, nearly 10 percent, which is attributed to preferential access of its textiles and apparel industry to the US and other key markets. The details of the controversial free trade agreement have been revealed to the public after almost seven years of discussions.

AON Holdings becomes new owner of Hanoi Landmark 72

AON Holdings, Korea's mid-sized financial group, will be the new owner of the Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower, Vietnam's tallest building, from Keangnam Enterprises. According to investment banking sources on December 16, Samjong KPMG, the principal underwriter for selling debts of Landmark 72, has recently selected AON Holdings as the preferred bidder to the deal. The debts owed by Keangnam are currently held by a project financing creditor group consisting of five commercial banks and ten savings banks.

BIM Group offers more discounts to buyers 

The developer will offer preferential policies till January 18 to buyers of apartments at Green Bay Towers and the townhouses of Lotus Residences and Green Bay Village, all located in the Halong Marina Urban Area. Accordingly, the buyers of the last units of Green Bay Towers will get the apartments immediately after they pay 30 percent of the cost, with monthly instalments for the remaining amount at zero interest rate. Green Bay Village, the first luxury apartment building project in Ha Long City, is currently home to about 400 households.

Vingroup offers accommodation in western Hanoi

Vingroup subsidiary Vinhome 2 Real Estate Business Co. will introduce the Vinhomes Gardenia in Nam Tu Liem District on January 10, the group announced. Spanning 17.6ha in the My Dinh New Urban Area, it is the first complex to be developed by Vingroup in the western part of Ha Noi. With the theme "green and balanced," Vinhomes Gardenia has been designed in the shape of the jasmine by the famous designers of Singapore's CPG and Canadian West Green Design.

10% discount for buyers of RiverGate office-tel apartments

Customers buying office-tel apartments in the RiverGateProject in HCM City's District 4 will receive a discount of 10 percent, according to the Novaland Group, the project developer. In addition, an interest rate of 7 percent per year up to the end of August 2017 will be offered to buyers who have a special installment package. The interest rate will be used on the customer's payment. Moreover, a free interior decor package and lucky money of VND16-18 million (USD760-850) for the Lunar New Year will be sent to the customers.

Spate of multi-million real estate projects left unfinished in Dong Nai

According to Dong Nai Department of Planning and Investment, the southern province is currently home to nearly 10 capital-intensive real estate projects, such as Waterfront City and Aqua City in Long Hung commune (Bien Hoa city), and Dai Phuoc Lotus in Nhon Trach district’s Dai Phuoc commune. Many of these major projects, however, saw little progress since their deployment.  Property developers have launched a string of major projects in anticipation of a new investment wave. Speculative investors also flocked to Dong Nai for land plot purchases, waiting for making profits on the long run.