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Home prices in Vietnam are rising fast, despite a lack of jobs and a severe shortage of land.
But this rapid rise has not always been as dramatic as it seems.
As the economy rebounds, real estate prices are expected to fall, although that is less likely than people think.
Real estate is a complex, often controversial and highly politicised industry.
There are real estate agents, developers, property developers, land managers and other professionals in Vietnam who are involved in real estate sales.
And real estate is often a way of life in the country.
It is a way for people to make ends meet and it is a means of livelihood.
The average salary in Vietnam is around Rmb 2,500 per month.
It varies according to the type of job.
But, according to government data, the median salary is around the Rmb 1,500 mark.
It ranges from around the middle of the RMB 1,800 mark to around the mid-Rmb 2.7 million mark.
What is the real estate industry?
The real estate business in Vietnam is very important for the economy.
It has been a key driver of the country’s economic growth since the early 2000s.
Real estate has also been a mainstay of the political economy in the former communist country.
The real estate market has grown at an unprecedented rate, driven by the influx of foreign capital and the country becoming more affluent.
The economy has also seen a rapid expansion in the number of office and commercial buildings in the past decade.
It now stands at over 3 million, with more than 5.2 million buildings.
But the realtors, developers and other real estate professionals are often seen as «foreign agents», as their job is to find buyers and sellers, and to manage the market.
How is realtorship involved in the real-estate industry?
As the realty market is a highly political one, there are many different types of real estate.
The main categories include: office buildings, residential buildings, commercial buildings, hotels and residential condominiums.
Each type has its own unique set of rules, procedures and procedures, which must be followed.
The actual market is governed by the rules of each of these different types.
The prices of realtours are also regulated, and they often compete with each other to see who can offer the best services.
These are regulated in different ways in different provinces, but all of them are very competitive.
How is the market structured?
The market is divided into seven sectors: office, residential, commercial, hotels, residential cond.
Each sector has its rules, and some of them have different rules for each one.
The most important rule is that the market must have a clear and stable structure.
If the market structure is broken, the whole market suffers.
The market structure can be seen by looking at the number and types of buildings in each of the sectors.
The buildings in office, commercial and hotel buildings are all subject to the same rules, which means that they must all have clear and consistent rules, so that the building can be rented by the buyer.
The same goes for all the residential cond units.
In all of the different types, the rules are different, but they are not inconsistent.
This is because the market has a large number of different types in different sectors.
What are the key differences between realtourism in Vietnam and the real industry in the United States?
Although the real real estate sector in Vietnam has been growing faster than the real market in the U.S. since the mid 2000s, there is still a lack to real estate experts, who know how to set up a real estate company.
The Vietnamese real estate system is very different from that in the US.
In Vietnam, a realtor is a property manager who manages the sale of property.
They can hire real estate brokers to handle the sales and also manage the financing of the purchase.
This can take the form of loans from the real property owners, loans from real estate development companies, and a loan from an investment bank.
The main difference between the real and the private market is that in Vietnam the real is owned by the real owner.
The properties are bought from the owner, and the owners have to pay a nominal fee to the realtor.
The buyers then receive a return on their investment.
The only way to buy the properties in Vietnam at a fair price is through a real-touristic company that is regulated by the government.
Why is the Vietnamese realtoring industry booming?
The Vietnamese realty industry is thriving, thanks to the fact that there are more realtormen than real estate companies.
The government does not regulate realtouring companies, but many of the realist agencies do.
Many of these agencies are involved with real estate, including in real-ty projects, land acquisition, development of apartment buildings, and more.
The number of agencies has increased to almost 20,