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The Western Capital Project

On December 17, PHPReal introduced 1,233 high-end apartments priced at VND1.2 billion in The Western Capital project – the largest project in the center of District 6.

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This is a project that has been developed to target young customers who need inexpensive but good-quality projects. The Western Capital consists of three 36-storey blocks of 1,233 units. Spreading over 700m on the front of Ly Chieu Hoang Street (36m wide), Street 17, Street 19 and Street 32 (14m wide), The Western Capital owns a prime location, the heart of district 6 in particular and the West in general. With a construction density of only about 30%, The Western Capital owns more than 7,800sm of trees.

The Western Capital project
With a construction density of only about 30%, The Western Capital owns more than 7,800m2 of trees.

Each apartment in the project is equipped with glass overflow from the ceiling to the apartment, which makes the apartment always receive light and natural wind. Especially, with the policy of supporting up to 70% of apartment value of VP Bank with the preferential interest rate in 25 years, customers only have to pay 30% (360 million dongs) of apartment value before they can own the apartment. The payment will be made in 4 installments (10% for the first payment, 5% for the payment in the next 5 – 20 months, 10% for the 10 – 2017 payment and 2% for the remaining 5 months). According to calculations, with the bank’s support policy, only 7-10 million / month customers can own apartments at The Western Capital. In addition, customers with successful transactions on December 17th have the opportunity to win cash prizes worth 250 million.

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