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Title: HOUSING DEMAND AND PREFERENCES BY EXPATRIATES IN HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM.
Authors: VU XUAN KIM CHI
Keywords: Real Estate
Sim Loo Lee
2010/2011 RE
Expatriates
Ho Chi Minh City
Residential housing demand
Issue Date: 20-Apr-2011
Citation: VU XUAN KIM CHI (2011-04-20). HOUSING DEMAND AND PREFERENCES BY EXPATRIATES IN HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM.. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The objectives of this dissertation are to examine the impact of Resolution No 19/2008/NQ-QH12 on the residential housing demand by expatriates in Ho Chi Minh City, and to understand expatriates' preferences and tastes. In order to achieving this, it is important to find out first-hand expatriates preferences through primary research. By analysing socio-economic attributes of expatriates, the author found that, after two years of implementation, the Resolution helped increase housing demand for expatriates. Some expatriates have already bought a residential property in Vietnam. The main constraints were confused Vietnam law, and housing policies and regulations, uncertainty of the living time in Vietnam, non-transparency of the real estate market, and limitations in financial budget.Results from the survey revealed important factors affecting expatriates' decision-making, including: - Cost factors: purchased price, financing package and payment scheme. - Locational factors: proximity to shops/market and to work. - Characteristics of residential housing: floor area, design and layout, quality of finishing, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and security. - Facilities: swimming pool and mini market within the development.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/220452
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