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EXPAT FLAT FOR LEASE IN SAIGON COMMUNITY VIETNAM

“Inter boss your self, settle down your life”

HAVE YOU EVER TAKEN DESTINATION EXPAT FLAT FOR RENT IN SAIGON HCMC VIETNAM?

Would you like to share an expat realty in Viet nam? Vietnam is a fast-growing expat destination, and one of the more popular places for retirees, expats, and digital nomads living in Southeast Asia. The country offers expats a quality of life that is, in many ways, better than that of neighboring nations. The food is diverse and delicious, the cost of living is low, and there are a number of well-paid teaching jobs available. Outside of the two largest cities, however, there’s also a lot to love in the country’s stunning beach towns and cool mountainside cities.

Depending on where you choose to live, you’ll find a very different vibe. There is a large digital nomad and entrepreneur crowd living in Ho Chi Minh City. Many teachers work from Hanoi, in the north. And many American retirees who fought in the war returned to Vietnam to live out their days — they live in every nook and cranny of Vietnam. Visa policies are difficult for non-retirees, but they are not impossible. In general, the country is easy to explore and popular on the budget backpacker route throughout Southeast Asia. The legacy of the Vietnam war is noticeable. Many Vietnamese have family members living in the U.S. and they are generally friendly and welcoming to expats.

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What does it cost to Expat community to live in Viet nam? 

All prices on the right are adjusted to form a best-estimate on the budget for a single person in that city. The case-studies, however, include a range of couples, families, and retirees. Additionally, most landlords offer rental discounts for yearlong leases. Several single expats in the digital nomad crowd report higher expenses than the rock bottom that is possible. In general, some of the digital nomad crowd, versus the expats or families, live in the trendier areas and splurge on a few extras. Areas for splurging include which district you live in, the level of westernization on the apartment.

As more expats move to Vietnam, however, it is also driving up prices in local areas for expats and locals alike. When looking at the cost of living it’s important to understand that these estimates assume that expats will want many Western-style amenities. Locals live on far lower budgets, and as expats enter these cities they are often pricing locals out of the area. Each estimate is adjusted for a single person, but the case studies include families and couples too. David is a single 30-something male. He lived in the city for a long while and was an entrepreneur engaged in the digital nomad crowd and startup scene. His expense report came in at $1200 for an average month, which included his Western-style apartment in District 1.

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Why you choosing place for expats in Sai gon Viet nam? 

Many expats considering Vietnam are looking for a place with a fascinating culture, good food, and a quality lifestyle on a budget. Vietnam ticks all of those boxes. While there are benefits to living closer to home, like expat spots in Central America, Southeast Asia has a lure all its own. Vietnam is generally safe from violent crime, with only petty crimes (like theft) an issue. The local culture and food are the two largest factors for many considering living in Vietnam. From north to south, a huge range of traditional dishes ensure you always have something new to eat. And as a primarily Buddhist nation, Vietnam offers a beautiful contrast of cultural holidays and religious rituals.

One of Vietnam’s largest cities, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), is a go-to destination for young digital nomads, travel bloggers, and budget travelers. While you will find expat families living in the city, there are outnumbered by the digital nomads who covet the city’s cafes and speedy wifi. Popular areas for living are Districts 1 and 3. Other areas are cheaper, and further from the city centre, but if you’re keen to have a large community of expats nearby, you should focus on the two popular districts. Like big cities the world over, you will have access to a large number of expat amenities like expat grocery stores, expat restaurants, gyms, coworking spaces, malls, and a higher tier of housing if you are looking to splurge on a fully kitted apartment.

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THE BEST CHOICE LUXURY AMENITIES IN VINHOMES GOLDEN RIVER AT CENTER CITY

# Commercial area – service – culture – entertaintment – central spuare – Riverside walking street – Outdoor BBQ area – 5 Star Officetel – Garden and fountain pools – Inter level international Vinschool – 5 Star Marina which is 400 meter long – Golf, Gym, Spa – Museum,– Paradise tropical garden.

# The customer service center is ready to serve 24/7, support the residents to provide information about the urban area, utility services, receive requests for services of Vinhomes.

How much? A good price Apartment For Lease in Ho Chi Minh City CALL: +84932612038 (ONLINE)


BASIC - SQUARE

01 BED - 45 - 50 - Sqm
02 BED - 70 - 86 - Sqm
03 BED - 100 - 126 - Sqm
​04 BED - 155 - 160 - Sqm 


SEMI-FURNISHED

01 BEDROOM - $900 - $1100
02 BEDROOM - $1200 - $1700
03 BEDROOM - $1800 - $2500
​04 BEDROOM - $2600 - $3500


FULLY-FURNISHED

01 BEDROOM - $1000 - $1300
02 BEDROOM - $1400 - $2000
03 BEDROOM - $2200 - $3200
​04 BEDROOM - $3500 - $4000

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VINHOMES BA SON UNIQUE DIAMOND LOCATION

Located at 2 Ton Duc Thang, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1. It belongs to one of the three biggest port (New port, Bason port and Khanh Hoi Port) with 3 Facades: Nguyen Huu Canh, Ton Duc Thang and the new Saigon river side street.

CONTACT US: VINHOMES CENTRAL PARK

Building Landmark 04 - No 208 Nguyen Huu Canh Street - Ward 22 - Binh Thanh District - Ho Chi Minh City, Viet nam.

Telephone: +84286369168 Fax: +84286369168 ​

Cellphone: +84932612038 (Online: viber – zalo - sms)

HAVE A GREAT TIME AND ENJOY YOUR LIFE HERE

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