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Hanoibis have a reputation for being cheap, and they’re no different when it comes to property.
The country has one of the highest property prices in the world, and this can be due in large part to the government’s lax policies.
But with so many international tourists visiting, it can be difficult to find the right place to live.
We’ve rounded up the 10 most expensive Hanois in the region.
Hano-i Estate: $8,500 per sq ft 2.
Ha Long Market: $5,400 per sq. ft 3.
Chieu Chuan Estate: -$2,800 per sqft 4.
Hoa Bin Estate: A $2,200 per sq feet 5.
Tien Tien Estate:A $2:300 per sq/ft 6.
Phu Quoc Estate: ~$2:200 per square ft 7.
Hoan Hwa Estate:~$1,800-2,000 per sq in the center of the city 8.
Tan Hai Estate:The largest villa on the list, the Hoan Hoa Estate has an official capacity of 6,800 square feet and is situated on an island.
However, many locals claim it is not a proper villa, and some even claim that the property is not even a house.
If you want to find your dream Hanoian villa in Hanoji, you’ll need to book an Airbnb or similar service.
Ha Hoan Estate: $1.9 million 10. Tan Hoan: ~$8,000-10,000