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Viet Nam in top 5 emerging real estate markets for investment – January 2011
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
Viet Nam among the top 5 emerging real estate markets for invest­ment for Ass of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (FIRE)
Viet Nam would be among the top five emerging real estate markets for invest­ment this year, according to the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (FIRE) based in the US. Brazil, China and India dominate the market (in that order). but Viet Nam, unranked in 2010, jumped to the fourth po­sition. Mexico ranked fifth, los­ing last year's position to Viet Nam. Russia, which has been amongst the top five for the last two years, dropped to the tenth place. Peter Ryder, general direc­tor of Indochina Capital, which currently has several real es­tate projects under construction in Viet Nam, said the recent rise in investment in Viet Nam was due to the rapid growth of the country's real estate mar­ket and the open regulations that allow the participation of foreign investors. "Viet Nam's entry at number four in the survey actively demonstrates investors' belief in the attractive demographics of the country and its stable growth environment from an investment perspective," said Richard Emerson, head of in­vestment, Savills Viet Nam Ltd Company's Ha N6i Branch. "Based on such statistics, those surveyed clearly antici­pate that the country will pro­vide potentially higher' re­turns than those available in other emerging markets such as Russia and Turkey, both of whom have fallen out of this year's top five ranking," he said. Meanwhile, Marc Townsend, CB Richard Ellis Viet Nam Ltd's managing director, said the survey showed a trend that Viet Nam was being viewed more and more as an attractive option for investment. "This is in line with our ex­perience, having seen in­creased interest in the country from foreign investors in recent times, as lower than average investment returns in more de­veloped markets force inves­tors to move up the risk curve in order to achieve results," Emerson said. "Viet Nam should benefit from inclusion in the survey, as it will further help promote the country as a valid invest­ment destination. Positive in­ternational perception of the country as a result of the sur­vey can only assist in driving FDI in the future." Last year. the real estate sec­tor received the largest regis­tered FDI at US$6.8 billion, according to, a report on FDI for 2010 from the Ministry of Plan­ning and Investment. VNN
 
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