About Real Estate Agent - Expat housing rental services.
Our agent has established since 2001, We help expats find a home to rent easier, faster and more efficient. We are experienced and committed to finding exactly what you you are looking for. Our selection of rental property provides you with the best market has to offer and drive you to each property you are interested in and best of all to saving your time and money. Our service is free of charge to tenants .
Our Website offers a variety of available properties for rent in Hanoi Vietnam (including numerous villas, houses, serviced apartments for rent in Tay Ho "West Lake area", Ciputra, Hoan Kiem, Hai Ba Trung, Ba Dinh, Cau Giay, Thanh Xuan, My Dinh etc.) These include both cheap and high rate residences for expats to fit your needs at any price.
By working with our Real Estate Agent, you can be sure you are dealing with an experienced and professional agent. We have personally assisted requests from thousands of clients and landlords seeking the find their ideal match in property. If your goal is to find the right home, make sure you get the best deal, and avoid costly mistakes you have come to the right place.
For most expats moving to Vietnam, leasing a home is a major commitment. Having a local housing lease expert like us, We will make a big difference in your search and negotiation outcome. We are in tune with the market and understand your needs and will negotiate on your behalf so that you receive the best deal on your new home.
How to save your time and find the right home:
Most of expats has a major question for moving to Vietnam is a long-term rental residence, type of housing, locating (the best location to stay), facility, furnishing, environment, etc. Our following information will help you in finding an ideal home for you and your family.
- What type of property is your new home?
- Location Guide (the best place to stay)
- How much should you spending for?
- Equipment, Furnishings and Utilities.
- House leasing contract.
- Use the real estate agent.
- Location (Districts) Guide.
Which type of property is your good choice?
First of all, you have to consider on the type of new home whatever you want, your budget, with furnished or unfurnished, how many rooms would you need? Long-term or short-term?
Condos / Apartments for rent in Hanoi is generally more modern, clean and expensive than houses which excluded any services. Almost Furnished, serviced units offers daily maid service and other facilities (such as a pool, garden, a gym, garage, 2-3 times main service per week, water, Wifi internet, cable TV and a 24-hour security) are available on both short and long term leases and are recommended for newcomers. Price arrange from: $300 for studio apt, $400 for 1 bedroom apt, $700 for 2 bedroom apt it is depending on quality, sevices, facility etc.
Houses for rent in Hanoi are generally has more space to apt, comprised of from 4 to six bedrooms with terrace, roof top, it has small land area with 3 to 5 floors. It will be cheaper to the house if your family needs more space, more bedrooms and save your money for your living. There are both furnished and part furnished house, it could be negotiated with landlord to buy furniture if you are long-term stay.
Villas for rent in Hanoi are generally comprosed of four to six bedrooms with garden, car access, good size pool, spacious living room and big function Kitchen, bedrooms are larger. Almost Villa has 300 – 1000 m2 land areas, Almost Villas are part full furnishing or non furnishing with some basic furniture such as: Kitchen, full air-conditionals, washing and dryer machine.
Select Housing Location
Location is usually one of the most important criteria in choosing a new home, it should convenienced for your family and yourself. Each location has it's advantage or disadvantage of environments and neighborhood, The Important factors to consider include: Take into consideration where you work, where your spouse works, and where is your kids's chool. Then situate yourself in the middle of these places, so you will not have to travel so far to work or the children will not have to travel too far to school. Our consultants will help you select the most ideal location. it is take a very much of a time is when you can't decide on the location, and you don't know what's best for.
How much are your budget would you spending for?
Budget - How much am I allocating for my housing in Vietnam? It is a personal lease or my company paying? How much is the maximum price? Give yourself a flexible range like $1,000 - $3,000, so you will not find yourself being stuck in a situation where you are not able to find a place with a firm budget, in an area that you like.
Budgeting yourself and select the areas are suitable for you. If you have a budget of $3,000 a month, you can easy to get a 2-4 bedroom serviced apt of about 120 m2 to 250m2 that depending on facilities, quality and services… that includes. If you have over $3,000 a month budget, you can find a luxurious apt or penthouses with facilities such as swimming pool, tennis courts and gym. (Examples are Summerset grand tower, Fraser Suites, Elegant Suites Westlake…). And even a landed home with a private swimming pool. A budget of $5,000 - $15,000 is for first class Villa with many rooms, a lush garden, and even a private swimming pool- situated at a prime district like.
Equipment, Furnishings and Utilities.
It is possible to find both furnished and unfurnished properties. The serviced apartment is usually fully Equipment and Furnishing. Individual Apt, Houses and Villas includes basic equipment provided by the landlord such as: Kitchen (with oven), cooker hood, microwave, a refrigerator (negotiate for a bigger one), a washing machine, satellite and decoder, two-way split-air conditioners in bedrooms and major living areas, voltage stabilizers and ceiling fans, if they can be fitted in, cable TV with many international channel, Internet access with wifi. You could also try to negotiate for a separate clothes dryer and dishwasher. Kitchens and bathrooms are generally of acceptable international standards and you can negotiate with the landlord for any renovations prior to commencement of the lease. Landlords usually agree to fulfill reasonable requests, such as providing and fitting curtains or blinds. If you want, an unfurnished property can be completely furnished, with your choice of new furniture, at an additional cost.
Utilities: Electricity and telephone usage is metered and monthly bills will be delivered to your home. Garbage collection and water bills can be organized for you and paid by your maid. These latter charges are usually very small. For individual Apts in Building such as: Golden West Lake, Pacific Place, Vincom Place, Royal City, Ciputra etc you could negotiated with the landlord to included the management fee or you could pay by yourself.
The Draft house leasing contract in Vietnam.
The Contract of Lease is normally negotiable. It is difficult to rent a house for less than a period of 12 months, If you want a home for less than 12 months you should find an apt. The normal practice here is that on signing the lease, a deposit equal to one months’ rent must be paid to secure the property. Advance payment can vary considerably, but for a good property, minimum of six months’ rent is generally required. Sometimes, for a large new house, a minimum of a year is requested.
The lease must be in both English and Vietnamese. We will provide you with a simple but comprehensive lease document, in well-written English, that is fair to both landlord and tenant, stating very clearly all your requirements. Particular attention should be paid to the termination clause, in case unforeseen circumstances require you to cut short your stay in Vietnam, or changes in your neighborhood cause you to no longer wish to live there. Sometimes, this is known as a “diplomatic clause”, which enables you to leave early without having to honor any requirement for a notice period.
Use Real Estate Agents:
Why should you use our Real Estate Agents to find your new home? We can make or break your deal for free, serving the expatriate to understand and communicate your contractual requirements to a landlord. With our large database of property listings updated by District, You will save valuable time for yourself and our. We will then understand your needs and requirements better after a few viewings.
If you want to buy property, I would highly suggest you have the property checked out by both yourself and a reliable lawyer and our real estate agent. It is important to know how much debt the property has ensured and if those numbers match with what the seller has stated.
If you are buying a brand new property, you'll need to pay property tax. Even as a non-resident homeowner, you may become liable for all kind of taxes, including income tax. These are examples of things we can help you with during the buying process as we are very knowledgeable about home buying.
Hanoi is the capital, and a second largest city of Vietnam, is a fascinating blend of East and West, combining traditional Vietnamese motifs with French flair. It is largely unscathed from the decades of war, and is now going through a building boom, making it a rapidly developing city in Southeast Asia. now has 10 districts, but it's " city wards and " Hanoi today , still have the old folk song " Streets Hash six . Hang Gao , Hang Duong , Hang Muoi . Old Town " 36 streets " is limited by the top line in the north , to the west is the Phung Hung , Tran 's eastern Nhat Duat , Tran Quang Khai , the south is the Hang Bong , Hang Gai , The Wood , Hang Thung . Old Town is known today was designed and planned by French architectural styles to the road network of the board , but traces the history of the bold cultural layers overlap .
1. Hoan Kiem District is an urban district of the capital city of Vietnam, named after the scenic Hoàn Kiem Lake. Hoàn Kiem District is the downtown and commercial centre. Most of the largest Vietnamese public corporations and bank headquarters are located here, but the central government offices are located in Ba Dình District (sometimes called the French quarter). Many of tourist attractions are located here, including: The Old Quarter, Opera House, National Museum of Vietnamese History, and the Thang Long Water Puppet Theater.
The commercial core is Hoan Kiem District, home to the city’s banks, airlines and the GPO, plus most of the hotels, restaurants, shopping streets and markets. But there’s a lot more to the area, not least Hoan Kiem lake itself and the nearby temples, which date back to the earliest days of the city. Though you’ll want to spend time on these individual sights, it’s the abundant street life and architectural wealth that give the area its special allure.
In Hoan Kiem District is a very central of Hanoi Capital so land is do expensive, It is not easy to find a houses or villas with a large land and garden, but it is easy to find a rooms, apts or serviced apts. This link will help you to find apartments in Hoan Kiem on online
2. Ba Dinh District is most important cultural and historical monuments are found in the Ba Dinh district, immediately west of the Old Quarter, where many serviced apartments in Ba Dinh, houses and villas rental for expart. Most impressive of the district’s colonial buildings is the dignified Residence of the Governor-General of Indochina, now known as the Presidential Palace. After 1954 some of the surrounding gardens gave way in their turn to Ba Dinh parade ground, the National Assembly Hall and two great center of pilgrimage: Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum and Museum. The nearby Botanical Gardens, however, survived to provide a welcome haven from modern hustle and bustle. East of Ba Dinh Square the citadel encloses a restricted military area. Its most famous feature is the Cot Co Flag Tower that dominates the extreme southwest corner, next to one of Hanoi’s most rewarding museums, the Military History Museum. Although there’s a lot to see in this area, it’s possible to cover everything described below in a single day, with an early start at the mausoleum and surrounding sites, leaving the Fine Arts Museum along with the Military History Museum and Temple of Literature until later in the day.
3.Tay Ho District is an urban district of the capital city of Vietnam, named after the West Lake nearby. West Lake is a freshwater lake in the center of Hanoi - Vietnam. With a shore length of 17 km (about 10.6 miles), this is the largest lake of the capital and a popular place for recreation with many surrounding gardens, hotels and villas. A small part of West Lake is divided by Thanh Nien road to form Trúc Bạch Lake. One district is named after the lake, Tây Hồ District. The Westlake/Tay Ho area and the Ciputra area are both places where many expatriates live.
West Lake has once again become Hanoi’s most fashionable address, complete with exclusive residential developments, lakeside clubs, spas and a clutch of luxury hotels. A lakeside walk makes a pleasant excursion with one or two sights to aim for. In the seventeenth century, villagers built a causeway across the lake’s southeast corner, creating a small fishing lake now called Truc Bach and ringed with little cafés.
4. Hai Ba Trung District is the most populous (est. 378,000) urban district, the capital city of Vietnam. Established as one of the first four central districts of the city, it is named after the two heroines in Vietnamese history: the two Trung Sisters. Some of Vietnam's largest universities are located here, including the University of Technology, National Economic University, University of Civil Engineering, and the University of Pharmacy.
4. Ba Đình is an urban district of the capital city of Vietnam. Ba Dinh is the political center of Vietnam. Most of the government offices and embassies are located here. It was formally called the "French Quarter", a name that is still used in travel literature.
5. Dong Da District is located in the center, it is bordered to the north, north east borders Hoan Kiem District (Boundary is Le Duan Street), east Hai Ba Trung District (Boundary Road is Le Duan and Liberation), the south district, Thanh Xuan (boundary by Lang Road and Truong Chinh Road), west of Cau Giay (To Lich River boundary).
6.Cau Giay District is an urban district, the capital city of Vietnam. The district is named after the historic bridge where the famous 19th-century Battle of Cầu Giấy (Paper Bridge) was fought. Many urban areas are located in Cau Giay. Among them, Trung Hoà - Nhân Chính emerges as the new city's commercial center lying partly in the southern part of the district (Trung Hoà ward). The massive Keangnam Landmark Tower, the highest constructed building of Vietnam is also located in this area.
7. Ha Dong District is the former capital city of Hà Tây Province in Vietnam, now an urban district. As of 2006 the city was the largest suburb of the greater urban area by population (173,707).
8. Long Biên District is an urban district, the capital city of Vietnam. It is named after Long Biên, the name of the capital, at the time of the revolt against China of Lý Bôn and establishment of the independent kingdom of V?n Xuân ("10,000 Springtimes"). The best area in this district for expat is Vinhomes Riverside which include hundreds Villas and houses.
9. Thanh Xuan district is located at the gateway to the west, Highway 6 to the northwest provinces starting Crossroad go through this district. The Royal City is located at Thanh Xuan District which provides you with the best conditions for a comfortable and perfect living. Its ultimate facilities, which are considered the largest and the first in Vietnam, such as: skating rink, indoor water park, Gym & Spa, Cineplex, underground parking area etc. promise to bring you a fresh living atmosphere, which will help balance your life, improve your health and bring back your passion.
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