The value of Cambodian real estate has not shown signs of decline in recent weeks, despite the Covid-19 pandemic bringing market activity to a virtual standstill, industry insiders said on Wednesday.
WHILE development projects have delayed construction due to the Covid-19 pandemic, construction of the two tallest buildings in Olympia City have not slowed, according to its project manager, Meng Chamroeun.
IN the US economy before the coronavirus pandemic, sales of new homes remained strong, albeit a bit slower than the weather-induced surge in January, the Commerce Department reported Tuesday.
Experts are optimistic about industrial property development prospects in Vietnam, given the country’s rapid integration and improving investment climate.
Developers have announced several measures to help home buyers, including offering discounts and more flexible payment terms.
A United Nations expert called Wednesday for governments to help prevent people from falling into homelessness during the coronavirus crisis by enabling them to defer mortgage payments and by imposing moratoriums on evictions.
While there are few, if any, signs of the real estate bubble bursting in 2020, Vietnam’s Ministry of Construction said that land prices could increase in some areas.
The sound of hammering resonates from a construction site covering about 8.1ha in a part of Minato Ward, Tokyo, that used to be home to artisans since before World War II.
Up-to-date data on the local real estate market will be made available to consumers following the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Z1 Data Co LTD and US firm theDevMasters.
The Ministry of Economy and Finance has called on developers to lower house prices and facilitate the payments process for those recently laid off as a result of Covid-19 outbreak.