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House, villa, apartment for sell in Thao Dien – An Phu, District 2, HCMC, Vietnam

Bán biệt thự, nhà, căn hộ, đất phường Thảo Điền, Quận 2 và Quận 2, TPHCM

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What are the steps to purchase house in Vietnam?

1. Once you have chosen the property, you will have to sign a reservation agreement. This legally links the buyer and seller and may include paying a deposit to the seller. Examine closely the reservation agreement before paying the deposit. It prescribes that if the buyer changes his mind, he will lose the deposit, and if the seller changes his mind, he will have to pay twice. You’re well advised to notarise this document to protect your interest.

2. Due diligence is the next step. You will check the reliability of the seller by examining their ID or registration certificate along with the property’s certificates (for example the ownership certificate). You should also ask for a bank guarantee or insurance to ensure the seller is trustworthy.

3. Once due diligence has been satisfied by both parties, they confirm their engagement and interest by signing the housing contract. An annex related to facilities that go with the apartment is advised. Make sure the agreement is signed by all related parties and if not, then by the representative who is mandated by the related persons. The contract on residential house purchase and sale must be in Vietnamese, so you will need a Vietnamese translator to help examine its content. Although many developers provide a bilingual version of the contract for a better understanding by all parties involved, only the Vietnamese version is valid under Vietnamese regulations. To help you with the complications involved with the contract, we list some details to look for before signing: - Is it stated that the seller has the ownership certificate of the apartment and does he give a guarantee over this ownership? - Is the apartment also a security for a loan? - What are the responsibilities of the seller in case of dispute over the apartment ownership due to his fault? - Methods used for payment? - What are the responsibilities for tax and fees? - What is the delivery time?

4. Paying taxes and fees. Normally, if there is no other agreement between parties, the buyer pays the registration fee and the seller pays income tax. The payment shall be made at the tax department of the district where the house is located.

5. The last step is to apply for an ownership certificate. Both parties can agree on how to handle issuance of the new certificate, although it is most likely that a buyer will have to take it up.

 

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