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Recently, many owners of apartments in complex buildings have been involved in lengthy disputes over management issues. The unsolved disagreement among involved parties has caused disadvantages for residents and management authorities. Some say that a building code is required to solve those problems; whereas others say that complying with current regulations is enough. So what is the core of the problem?

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Vietnam Welcomes New Real Estate Legislation and Foreign Investment

These new laws will mark a strong step in gaining foreign investment in the Vietnam real estate market which is set to grow with the impending Free Trade Agreements with the EU, the signing of the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) as well as being associated to the ASEAN and APEC associations.

Vietnam Gearing up for New Foreign Property Policies

All of this will play a massive role when the Vietnamese government introduces new legislation for foreigners to buy property in the country that is coming into effect on the 1st July 2015 - a huge step in furthering foreign investment in Vietnam that will add value to the already booming property industry

Culture shift needed to avoid disputes with tenants

A series of bitter disputes between residents and landlords across a range of high-rise apartment buildings in recent years centred on management fees and the usage of public and private space have aggravated both domestic and foreign investors.

Management fees to put cat amongst pigeons

Hanoi People’s Committee has recently decided to quadruple the management fees of apartment buildings, which in the past have been flashpoints of conflict with many apartment building residents claiming developers were ripping them off.

Move to take heat out of spats

The new service fees will be based on the reality of the market and negotiated with the local residents.

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Vietnam Welcomes New Real Estate Legislation and Foreign Investment

Vietnam Welcomes New Real Estate Legislation and Foreign Investment

These new laws will mark a strong step in gaining foreign investment in the Vietnam real estate market which is set to grow with the impending Free Trade Agreements with the EU, the signing of the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) as well as being associated to the ASEAN and APEC associations.

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