Recently, the real estate market has started to become more active after a gloomy period due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and tends to increase more strongly in the post-Covid-19 period before. many policies to support and promote the market of the Government. Real estate investment and business is also one of the fields that have great and important impacts on the socio-economic development of the country. Therefore, new legal regulations such as Decree 02 are expected to tighten backlog issues, create an increasingly transparent and clearer real estate market to protect the interests of investors. private.
On January 28, 2022, the Government issued Decree 16/2022/ND-CP to severely sanction violations of real estate brokers in order to prevent unfair problems in the process of business. This is a good signal for the market, protecting the interests of real estate investors in the future.
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In the face of escalating project implementation costs, many investors decided to use attractive payment policies and loan incentives to support customers and investors. For example, the MT Eastmark City project in the center of Thu Duc city is interested by many customers with the price from 36 million/m2, grace period and 0% interest support until the house is received. Money flows into real estate because of fear of inflation
Officially established at the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021, Thu Duc City is currently a special name that attracts small investors as well as those who want to buy to live thanks to many advantages, from transport infrastructure, living environment to the potential for attractive price increases.
According to the latest guidance of the Ministry of Health issued on the evening of March 15, people entering Vietnam only need to test negative for COVID-19 before leaving the country. The official dispatch was signed by Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Truong Son on the evening of March 15, after collecting opinions from members of the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control at 5:00 p.m. on the same day. According to this guideline, the international welcome process is very smooth, guests only need to have a negative test 72 hours before departure by air if using the RT-PCR/RT-LAMP method, or within 24 hours if the rapid test method is used. There is no regulation that passengers entering Vietnam by air need to be re-tested when entering Vietnam anymore and there is no quarantine regulation. This guide does not even mention that visitors entering Vietnam must have a certificate of full vaccination or have recovered from COVID-19 within 6 months.
Currently, the work of expanding Nguyen Van Linh Avenue from the Huynh Tan Phat intersection to Nguyen Thi Thap is about 65% of the volume, expected to be completed by the end of May this year. A representative of Phu My Hung Development Company Limited (investor) of the project to expand Nguyen Van Linh Avenue from the Huynh Tan Phat intersection to Nguyen Thi Thap said that the upgrade and expansion of the above road section was implemented l. The road surface is widened by 13.25m on each side, including more than 7m of mixed lanes and 6m of sidewalk. When completed, the road surface width will be increased from 6 to 10 lanes. According to actual records, the section on Nguyen Van Linh street through the above area leads to Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone and near Phu My bridge connecting District 7 through Thu Duc city, every day there are many vehicles passing by. Previously, this section of the road only had 6 lanes, often congested during rush hour. When completed, the project will be 10 lanes wide, in addition to helping the road clear, it also creates favorable conditions for people to do business. At the construction site, the workers are busy working, improving the street light system, installing the electricity and water drainage system, constructing the embankment... the main road has been paved and the sidewalk is being completed. Started in 1996 and put into full operation in 2007, Nguyen Van Linh street, with a total investment of 100 million USD, is nearly 18 km long from National Highway 1 (Binh Chanh district) to Huynh Tan Phat intersection. The route, after being put into operation, creates a premise for the formation and development of South Saigon urban areas, Phu My Hung, Hiep Phuoc port industrial park... Currently, Nguyen Van Linh Avenue is one of the a arterial roads in Ho Chi Minh City, which is paid back by investors, expected to 2028.
In 2022, the real estate market will see more optimistic signals when the progress of vaccination against Covid-19 is accelerated with the rapid spring vaccination campaign. By the end of January, over 70% of Vietnam's population had been vaccinated with a basic dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. Compared with the target recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO), Vietnam has reached the finish line 6 months ahead of time and the 3rd injection will be completed in the first quarter of this year. Expanded vaccine coverage is an important foundation for all socio-economic activities to return to a new normal.