Hanoi, Vietnam — When you think about it, the realtors have been the backbone of the Vietnamese economy for generations.But that's changing, and the market is changing too.For one thing, many big players are moving to Vietnam, and in doing so, the number of people in the country has more than doubled.That has led to a surge in the number and quality of homes being sold.The new supply of homes al...
The Geds Propiedados (proper name: The Propiedadas) are the country’s wealthiest real estate owners.
They own more than half of the countrys real estate market, and they have invested more than $1.5 trillion in real estate across the country.
The Propies, who have a total wealth of $1 billion, own nearly all of the state’s commercial and industrial real estate.
The property that sits at the center of this sprawling property empire is the Geddas Propiedade, located in the capital of the province of Vietnam, Hanoi.
The Geddas Proiedade sits on a site that was once part of a massive industrial complex, the Bien Hoa Dam.
The complex was constructed in the 1930s and remains a major waterway for the city of Hanois capital, Hualien.
The city’s water and sewage systems have been plagued by flooding since the dam was constructed.
This waterway has been a major issue for the residents of the area, who often complain of water quality that is toxic.
The dam was shut down in 2006.
Today, the Gedds Propiedads still own a large portion of Hualiens industrial property, which includes several buildings that are part of the city’s port.
The area has seen many water and sewer problems in recent years, and many residents have reported seeing the dam’s water levels dip.
The most recent problem was in March of 2016 when the Hualients water system was shut off for a week after an explosion at a coal mine.
The coal mine’s operator, Caspian Mining Company, admitted that the mine’s water supply was compromised and that they were responsible for the incident.
The Hualias provincial government has since suspended the coal mine operations and is now using the coal as a feedstock for industrial chemicals that are used in the construction of factories.
The province of Hana, the largest province in Vietnam, has a history of dealing with water problems.
In 2008, the province imposed a moratorium on industrial pollution and pollution caused by coal mining.
The moratorium has since been lifted and the provincial government is now looking to expand it to industrial waste disposal facilities and other facilities that could cause pollution to affect human health.
The Province of Hanta has been working on a solution for a water problem that it believes is caused by pollution from the mining operations, but has yet to develop a solution.
In addition to the mine and the industrial waste, the area also has the largest number of homes in Vietnam.
The majority of the homes in the province are owned by the Geds Proiedados.
The government of Hainan, which also has a large real estate sector, has seen its own problems with pollution over the years.
The state has faced an influx of immigrants from Vietnam, many of whom are living in the city.
Some of the immigrants are also the owners of real estate in the GEDDAS.
In 2016, Hainans government announced plans to demolish the largest residential building in the area and to build a new residential project on top of it.
However, the demolition plan was met with protests by residents and activists.
The protests were met with an even larger and more violent response from the GDA, which quickly declared that the demolition was not in the best interest of Haniemans residents.
After more than a year of protests, Hains government announced that it would not demolish a residential building and instead would replace it with a new building.
The demolition of the original building was also met with a similar outcry, as many residents protested to the Hainanas government that the new building was not suitable for a new residents building.
This prompted the Gda to announce that it had decided to demolize the residential building.
Hainas government also announced that the Haniems residential development would not be demolished, but rather, replaced with a project to build an apartment building.
These plans were met not with support from residents and the public, but with a response from Hainannas government, which announced that they would not support the demolition of a residential project.
The residents and environmental groups in Hainaniem had long opposed the demolition, arguing that it was not an appropriate use of land.
The public, however, overwhelmingly supported the demolition and the demolition went ahead.
Since then, Haniestan has struggled to build new homes, with many of the units being constructed in old industrial buildings that were built during the Vietnam War.
The construction of the new residential housing project in Haniess city has been met with opposition from the residents and residents groups, with the city council meeting in 2017, which declared the project a violation of Hains constitutional rights.
The new residential development will be located in a large industrial park, which has been criticized by many for its environmental impact.
The environmental group that was behind the project is