Vietnam's real estate market has seen positive signs for recovery following the economic reopening, experts have said.
Indonesian home prices will see strong growth in 2022 and 2023, financial intelligence firm Moody’s Analytics has predicted, following a long period of muted growth exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Two large condominium projects were completed in the third quarter of this year, adding 1,586 units to Phnom Penh’s supply, 5.6 per cent more than in the previous quarter, raising the total to about 30,000 as of September 30, according to a new report published on October 12.
The acceleration of investment in transport infrastructure in Vietnam is the main driving force fuelling real estate stocks as many businesses with large land plots located in areas near key infrastructure projects will benefit from this process.
On the back of soaring housing prices, a growing number of South Koreans in their 20s and 30s have rushed to buying apartments, with nearly four out of 10 Seoul apartments being purchased by those young buyers, data showed on September 23.
Prices of various types of new housing units in the Philippines declined for the second consecutive quarter in the April-June period due to the lingering Covid-19 pandemic, according to the latest central bank survey.
The deadline for payment of 2021 property taxes has been extended from the usual September 30 to October 31 in light of the Covid-19 situation, and the typical penalties will apply to late payments made from November 1, according to
The office market in Vietnamese capital Hanoi is experiencing many changes amid the Covid-19 pandemic in terms of rental prices, occupational profile and new demands for office spaces, according to Savills Vietnam.
A return of international tourism and technical soft launch of Dara Sakor International Airport in Koh Kong planned later this year could drive recovery in the real estate market of the province and nearby areas, industry experts have said.
With a total registered capital of nearly $1.6 billion during January-August, real estate continued to rank third among 18 sectors in Vietnam attracting foreign direct investment (FDI).