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Buyer beware, there are some Vietnamese houses that can be pricey.
«The price of Vietnam’s real estate market is very expensive,» writes Nick DiLorenzo, an analyst at IHS Markit.
The country’s real price for a house ranges from US$8,400 to $13,000.
So, the best way to know what to expect is to see the house in person.
According to DiLornzo, if you’re looking for a nice, new home in Vietnam, you should look to the cities that are more affordable.
«Vietnam has a lot of beautiful neighborhoods and there’s plenty of room for vacationers to enjoy the city.
But if you want to buy a home that will keep you in the area for years to come, you can look for houses in the cities of Nha Trang and Ha Tinh and Ho Chi Minh City,» DiLorensi says.
Housing affordability is one of the big selling points for the Vietnamese, who can’t always afford to buy houses.
Vietnamese who have been living in the US for years will appreciate the fact that prices have dropped substantially.
However, there’s no doubt that the country’s housing market has a huge amount of room to grow.
To find out what to buy in Vietnam check out the following resources:Housing prices in Vietnam are on the riseIn 2015, there were 8,851 properties listed for sale in Vietnam.
The median price for homes was $2.35 million, up from the year before, according to the Zillow real estate website.