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Another big mistake by investors was that resort development surged so rapidly that infrastructure development in the locality could not keep up. An executive of CBRE Vietnam, which acted as a consultant to a number of projects,
admitted that many apartment buyers were surprised when they saw nothing but white spread-out sand banks.
With no service providers in the areas, no local residents and no visitors, a lot of the coastal resorts in Da Nang now look like the deserted land. It is even difficult for many to go out and buy essential goods, given the dearth of markets or shopping malls.
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Some experts estimate it will take 10 more years to develop the necessary infrastructure to create a good living environment in the area.
The hasty investments have resulted in the establishment of a series of coastal projects during the period of 2007-2009 which are now sitting idle.
Real estate investors are no longer welcomed by Da Nang’s people, who largely resent that the projects have encroached on public beaches. Meanwhile, people in some fishing villages complain that they have suffered from the local authorities’ plans to facilitate the urbanization of their areas.
Real estate credit package set to be unveiled
– The official information on VND100 trillion (over US$4.76 billion) credit package for the domestic real estate market may be announced next month.
Most experts and, Vietnam law
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Phan Thanh Mai, general director of the Viet Nam, Vietnamese translator
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Mai said the bank had submitted a proposal for a, Ha giang vietnam
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The credit package is still in the proposal stage and has not been approved by the authorised agencies, he further noted.
Previously, several newspapers had quoted Le Xuan Nghia, former vice chairman of the National Financial Supervisory Committee, as saying that the authorities were considering launching a credit package of about VND100 trillion to boost the recovery of the real estate market, at the Viet Nam Economics Seminar 2014.
However, Nghia remarked that there was a misunderstanding about the credit package.
Nghia noted that the VNBC in collaboration with four other commercial banks would focus on developing important infrastructure projects, and the average and low income earners would be supported if they wanted to buy houses.
He also said the new credit package will not have the weaknesses of the previous one of VND30 trillion ($1.42 billion). Therefore, the loans granted from the new proposed credit package will be commercial loans with lower interest rates than others and not preferential loans granted under the VND30 trillion package.
He stated that the credit package proposal showed dynamic action taken by the commercial banks. The package is expected to support not only property projects but also building materials supply to ensure quality and prices, thereby heating the real estate market.
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Do Duc Duy, spokesperson of the Construction Ministry, confirmed earlier this week that the ministry did not design any project to support the real estate market with the VND100 trillion package.
Duy said the ministry and provinces are collaborating to resolve the market's difficulties, especially with the housing programme.
Most experts and business insiders in the market have expressed concern over the potential impact of the VND100 trillion package. The previous VND30 trillion package had been disbursed slowly.
A representative from a property firm in Ha Noi noted that housing prices have not sharply declined, despite low sales in the market in the past few years. People still could not afford to buy a house.
"If we continue to pump money into the market, this could further raise real estate prices. This will not help resolve the supply and demand balance," he said.