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The Vietnamese real estate market is in the midst of a great bull market and you can expect to see some big home-buying opportunities in Vietnam this year.
For one, the government is easing restrictions on foreign ownership of real estate, and foreign investors can get in on the action.
A new rule will allow Vietnamese buyers to apply for real estate licenses for up to three years, with a limit of 50,000 square meters (2,000 acres).
It will also allow Vietnamese-owned real estate to be sold to foreign investors for $25,000 a square meter (4,500 acres).
The rule will also extend to the sale of real property directly to foreign buyers, which will be limited to 10 percent of the total purchase price.
So, the rules apply to buying a house in Vietnam, but not to renting.
That’s right, you can buy a house and rent it out to others for $250,000 or less.
For more, check out this article from Reuters.
The Vietnam Real Estate Market Is in the High Season The Vietnamese economy is struggling with an acute shortage of food and water, and many of the country’s residents are struggling with their health and mental health.
For many of them, the financial situation is especially bad, according to the World Bank.
It reported that almost a quarter of Vietnamese residents do not have access to adequate healthcare, and an additional 25 percent of Vietnamese are at risk of dying in the country.
Many of the Vietnamese who have become homeless are now seeking shelter in other countries.
In addition, many of Vietnam’s foreign workers are struggling to find work, because the government does not recognize their citizenship.
In order to address this, the Vietnamese government recently introduced a new law, which requires foreign workers to apply to the Vietnam National Bank for a visa and a passport.
Foreigners who have lived in Vietnam for at least one year will have to renew their visas every three years and pass an exam in order to become a Vietnamese citizen.
For the most part, Vietnamese workers who are able to find jobs in Vietnam will not have to leave, but many are worried that they will be able to get jobs elsewhere in the world if they leave.
For example, if a Vietnamese-American woman decides to go back to the U.S. to work, she may not be able pay her mortgage, which would be a huge financial burden on her.