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What is the average cost of housing in Vietnam?

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If you are thinking about moving to Vietnam, cost of living in probably a key consideration. Expats commented about the cost of housing...

"The cost of housing in Vietnam varies greatly depending on the location and size. Prices for apartments in major cities range from affordable to very expensive, while buy-and-build land in rural areas is typically much more affordable. In general, living costs in Vietnam are still relatively low compared to many other countries in the region," explained one expat living in Vietnam.

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"Vietnamese love good living, food, style, high tech gazettes and travelling in vacation with family. Their average renting apartments are well equipped with all amenities and facilities. Love them they will help out of way. You can stay at cheapest hostels to lavish apartment depends on your budget. You will always feel like king in Vietnam. They are friendly and helpful. Welcome their smile with smile. You can get shelter at minimum 100 USD per month to no maximum limit for villa," said another expat in Vietnam.

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