Vietnam expects v-shaped post-pandemic economic rebound; real estate to thrive as demand remains strong among locals and foreigners
According to the latest quarterly report on the domestic housing and real estate market from the Ministry of Construction, Hanoi’s average apartment price rose 1.02 percent year-on-year in the first four months, and 3.5 percent in Ho Chi Minh City. Demand for housing remains high, so the market could recover rapidly after the coronavirus is contained.
In the heart of Gamuda City, Gamuda Central is the gateway to a convenient, yet modern lifestyle. Built on a 19-hectare site, Gamuda Central hosts the Green Park, a luxury shopping mall and branded retail shops, offices, and a hotel and convention centre.
The planning and design of Gamuda City was awarded “Best Housing Development Asia” at the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards in 2019.
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