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...
Real estate website house for sale has opened up for business, and it looks like there are some good offers on offer.
The listing is for a house on the west coast of Vietnam for $3.8 million.
The house is located in Hoa Binh Province, about 45 miles east of Ho Chi Minh City.
It’s listed with a base price of $3,837,000 and the listing includes a $1,000,000 down payment.
The price includes the buyer’s $500,000 mortgage and $150,000 equity deposit, but the actual mortgage payment will be lower than this if the property is sold as a condominium.
The property was purchased in April 2014 by the late David Le, who died in 2016.
The address on the listing does not match any known address.
The real estate website did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The new listing does have a disclaimer on the page, stating that there are no guarantees regarding the property’s future value.
The location, however, does suggest that this is an attractive location.
A photo of the house on a nearby building shows it to be located in an attractive area.
Le, a real estate agent for real estate investment firm Citi, sold the house to his son in 2005.
The Le family owns a number of properties in the Vietnam area.
The estate is located on the east side of Hoan Hoa Province.
It is one of only four properties on the map in the region.
The other properties are in the area of Vientiane and Dong Nai, which is part of the provinces southern border.
This location is close to the Hoan Thi Dam, which supplies water to the Mekong Delta.
The region has been the epicenter of the Vietnam War.
In 2004, Le’s family bought the properties for about $8.8 and $10.5 million respectively.