Hanoi grants property certificates to foreign institutions, individuals
The Hanoitimes - Vietnam has for years allowed foreign institutions and individuals to buy and own houses, but few people have succeeded in winning the ownership certificates.
The Hanoi government has granted property ownership certificates to six foreign companies and 35 foreigners, with the majority being South Korean nationals, local media reported.
| A view of Vinhomes Green Bay in Hanoi.|
A list released by the municipal Department of Construction shows that foreigners have received the certificates to own home at eight residential projects across the city.
Four of the projects have been developed by Vingroup namely Vinhomes Sky Lake and Vinhomes Green Bay in Nam Tu Liem district, Vinhomes Metropolis in Ba Dinh district, and Vinhomes Royal City in Thanh Xuan district.
The other four developments are located in Bac Tu Liem, Ha Dong, and Hoang Mai districts.
According to Vietnamese legislation, foreigners can own houses in Vietnam in two forms: Developing residential projects; and purchasing, rental-purchase, and inheriting property at residential development projects, except areas that are disallowed due to security and defense reasons.
Vietnam has for years allowed foreign institutions and individuals to buy and own houses, but few people have succeeded in winning the ownership certificates although Vietnam is home to hundreds of thousands of expats.
According to a report by the Foreign Relations Committee under the Vietnamese National Assembly in November 2019, nearly 800 foreign citizens and institutions owned houses, mostly in major cities, since the Law on Housing was adopted in 2014.
- Hanoi, HCM City continue to outperform in attracting investment: JLL
- Covid-19 exerts insignificant impacts on Vietnam residential market in short term
- Madam Nguyen Thi Nga, Chairwoman of BRG Group honored with Woman of Impact Award
- Real estate transactions in Hanoi plunge in Jan-Feb on coronavirus fears
- How EVFTA, coronavirus affects Vietnam industrial property?
- JLL names five key trends of Vietnam property market 2020
- Covid-19 not all bad for Vietnam: Savills executives
- New guideline on condotel: Positive signal for Vietnam’s hospitality market
- Hanoi grants property certificates to foreign institutions, individuals
- What drives Vietnam real estate companies to explore opportunities in foreign markets?
March 29: Vietnam confirms 14 more coronavirus cases, 6 linked to Bach Mai Hospital
What essential services in Hanoi stay open?
Largest hospital in Vietnam locked down after 12 Covid-19 patients found
Hanoi’s streets become deserted due to business restriction order
March 27: Vietnam’s coronavirus case toll rises to 163
Snapshots of Hanoi's empty streets after closure of non-essential services
Hanoi SMEs proposes extending relief programs for firms hurt by Covid-19
Vietnam tracks down people coming from abroad
March 23: Vietnam reports 10 new coronavirus cases, infection toll hits 123