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Why do many Japanese and Korean buy houses in Vietnam?

Why do many Japanese and Korean buy houses in Vietnam?

The Japanese and Koreans have long been very tough in choosing home because it has to meet many criteria for their strict living environment. However, recently, the real estate market in Hanoi has recorded a wave of buying homes from people from two countries. So what reasons have convinced and attracted them?

How do Japanese and Korean people choose homes?

The Japanese and Koreans are famous for their lifestyles which are highly practical and close to nature. Therefore, the habits of the two countries residents are the house has moderate area, full of facilities and best support for the health as well as human development.

There are more and more Japanese people maintain a simple lifestyle in small spaces, relatively isolated, but meet the living demand, the comprehensive development of family members, while ensuring harmony with nature.

Currently, in Vietnam, investors have selected the trend of designing apartment meeting these criteria. To satisfy the demands of the Japanese, the apartment must ensure a very high aesthetic, minimizing the redundancy space, light shortage area.

This will allow the air and natural energy to easily flow from room to room to create relaxing, comfortable feeling.

The Japanese, Koreans prefer privacy in their personal activities, but are also famous for being the most active and time-saving people in the world.

Because of time-saving lifestyle, they enjoy living in complex, full of services, facilities for entertainment, sports and rearing children.

New investment trend in the market

As one of the districts with strong economic growth in Hanoi, Thanh Xuan district is selected by many famous real estate companies.

The fact that this area is home of many universities, hospitals, large commercial centers and the center connecting the city’s arterial roads, main public transport system has received positive feedback of the market.

Only on Nguyen Tuan Street- which is named the golden land of Thanh Xuan district has dozens of real estate projects under construction.

The project has more favorable location than other projects when it is 100 m far from Nguyen Trai road, very close to the Cat Linh – Ha Dong overhead railway, which will be officially put into operation in the near future.

TNR GoldSeason is one of the few projects in Vietnam meeting the requirements of Japanese and Korean. Although it is designed in American style, TNR GoldSeason is a combination of modernity and simplicity.

This is one of the few projects in Vietnam developed in a completely new model, while ensuring modern life but still ensure the relaxation demands for residents.

In addition to prioritizing green spaces in  designing, TNR GoldSeason also devotes nearly 70% of its space to develop habitat and service infrastructure to serve the diverse needs of its residents.

Green space in nature (parks, gardens, walks …), the services and facilities of physical health (tropical overflowing swimming pool, outdoor children’s play area, exercising area …) or 3-layer security are integrated in TNR GoldSeason.

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In addition, the convenience of education, health, the ability to connect easily to office buildings from public transportation and especially reasonable price have led to more and more foreigners guests choose TNR GoldSeason as a place to settle in Vietnam.

With advantages and flexible financial policies, TNR GoldSeason also attracts the interest of customers from Japan and Korea, promising to create a community civilized living space and utilities, service  of international standard.

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Why do many Japanese and Korean buy houses in Vietnam?
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