• Top 6 Property Websites in Vietnam

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    As global real estate markets digitize, increasingly more buyers and sellers find property agents and projects online. This is especially the case among overseas buyers that wish to enter emerging markets such as Vietnam or Cambodia.

    Before you invest in Vietnam property, it can be good to learn more about buying regulations, visa options, and taxes. Besides, you’ll most likely find units online or through an agent that you connect with online.

    Therefore, we have written this article where we present some of the biggest real estate websites in Vietnam.

    1. Batdongsan.com.vn

    Batdongsan, which translates to real estate in Vietnamese, is part of PropertyGuru Group, one of the biggest real estate companies in Singapore. PropertyGuru Group owns several domains that attract hundreds of thousands of visitors a day, including:

    • PropertyGuru (Singapore and Malaysia)
    • DDProperty (Thailand)
    • Rumah (Indonesia)

    According to PropertyGuru Group, they have a market share of 55% in Southeast Asia, which speaks for itself. Worth mentioning is that the company also owns Asia Property Awards, the most prestigious awards brand in Asia.

    Batdongsan.com.vn receives around 100,000 visits a day and is one of the top 100 websites in Vietnam at the moment. Here, you can find around 3,500 new property listings daily. Besides, they provide articles and content related to the Vietnam property market, buying regulations, and more.

    I recommend you to check Batdongsan if you want to know more about Vietnam’s real estate market, the latest insights, and learn more about new projects.

    2. Dotproperty.com.vn

    Dot Property is a leading real estate marketplace and available in 10 countries in Asia. It has tens of millions of visits every year and has around 1 million active property listings.

    The website was launched in Thailand in 2013 and it took only two years for the website to become Thailand’s top English-language real estate website. In 2015, the website expanded to the Philippines, Cambodia, Myanmar, Singapore, Laos, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

    2014 – Dot Property launches a Thai-language website along with an English-language magazine focusing on Thailand property. The magazine has since been expanded to cover regional real estate and is still being published.

    In 2016, the company had its first real estate show in Thailand and it’s held events in several other cities and countries after that, including Pattaya, Bangkok, Singapore, and Shanghai. In that same year, they also started Dotproperty.com.vn in Vietnam.

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    3. FazWaz.vn

    FazWaz was founded in Bangkok in 2015 as a property technology company and real estate marketplace. The website has a beautiful interface, which is easy to navigate, and you can find plenty of information about projects and areas, including rental yields and median prices.

    The website was initially launched to provide transparency and real home values to visitors. They launched the Vietnamese marketplace in 2018 along with other countries, including Singapore, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, UAE, and Cambodia.

    In 2019, the company announced that it will receive a pre-series A funding from yet unknown Singapore based investors.

    At the moment I’m writing this article there are more than 40,000 condos listed on the website in Vietnam. You can find units in all major Vietnamese cities, including Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi, Da Nang, Nha Trang, Binh Duong, Dong Nai, and more.

    4. Savills.com.vn

    Savills is one of the biggest real estate companies in the world and they provide plenty of useful information and data about the Vietnamese real estate market.

    With more than 39,000 employees in more than 70 countries globally, it’s undoubtedly one of the biggest real estate companies. They opened their first office in Vietnam in 1995 and they now have offices in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, and Da Nang. Clients include everything from individuals to institutions.

    If you visit condominium buildings in Vietnam you’ll also notice that the projects are often managed by Savills. What I like the most about Savills are the up-to-date reports they provide to readers continuously.

    You should definitely check Savills if you need help with property investments or to get the latest market information.

    5. Cafeland.vn

    Cafeland is a popular real estate website in Vietnam and provides housing information and the latest news and market analysis from local real estate experts. The site also provides information about interesting real estate projects, including everything from villas, offices, industrial areas, and shopping malls.

    Cafeland is a great source of information for locals and foreigners who want to know more about the Vietnamese real estate market.

    6. Vietnam-Briefing

    Vietnam Briefing is a reliable source of tax, legal, and investment insights into Vietnam. The website is managed by Dezan Shira & Associates, a China-based company with more than 300 professionals, including accountants, auditors, lawyers, and business specialists.

    The website specializes in writing about real estate, technology, finance, and corporate establishment, just to give some examples. It was also one of the most visited websites during the COVID-19 crisis and it shared the latest news and insights daily.

    I recommend you to check Vietnam-Briefing if you want to understand more about buying regulations, taxes, the real estate market, and more in Vietnam.

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