Liquidity of the real estate market is guaranteed

20/04/2018   Viewed: 458
As of March 20, 1818, the total value of real estate inventory was about VND 24,763 billion, down 80.74% compared to the peak in the real estate market. quarter I / 2013. This shows that the liquidity of the real estate market is still guaranteed.
 
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As of March 20, the total value of real estate inventories was about VND 24,763 billion, down by VND103,785 billion from the peak in the first quarter of 2013, down 80.74%; compared with 20/12/2017 decreased 619 billion, down 2.44% and compared with this time of the first month in 2018 decreased 395 billion.

In which the inventory of residential land still occupies a large value with about 3,016,261 m2, equivalent to 11,945 billion; followed by inventory of 2,971 units, equivalent to VND 6,804 billion; Inventory of apartment buildings accounted for about 2,654 units, equivalent to 3.853 billion and commercial land inventory of 552,771 m2, equivalent to 2.161 billion.

Total value of real estate warehouses in Hanoi as of March 20, 1818 was about VND 5,257 billion, down by VND 11,803 billion from the peak in the first quarter of 2013, down by 69.19% The compared to 20/12/2017 decreased 36 billion, down 0.68%; down 16 billion compared with 20/1/2018.

As of March 20, 1818, the total value of real estate inventory in Ho Chi Minh City was about 4,558 billion VND, compared with the peak in the first quarter of 2013 decreased 24,184 billion, down 84.14%); Compared with 20/12/2017 decreased by 112 billion, down 2.4% and compared with the same period of the first month in 2018 decreased 64 billion.

According to Nguyen Tran Nam, Chairman of the Vietnam Real Estate Association, former Vice Minister of Construction, the liquidity of the real estate market is still very good, many new projects are being headed by the owners. continue to be started, open to market. Real estate inventory continued to decline but the volume of inventory was mainly concentrated in projects far from the center, lack of technical infrastructure and synchronous transport connections.
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