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What are typical rents in Vietnam?

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We asked expats and digital nomads in Vietnam what typical rental prices are in Vietnam. They commented...

" In Ho Chi Minh City, most expats live in District 1, 2, 3, Binh Thanh, Tan Binh, and Phu nhuan and rental properties in these areas can range from $250/month to upwards of $10,000/month. You can rent a decent fully furnished apartment for around $500 in Binh Thanh District but the same apartment would cost more than $2000 in District 1. In comparison, $2500 is usually the starting price for bungalows outside the city centre in District 2," said another in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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"The cost of renting a nice one bedroom apartment in Vietnam will vary depending on location and other factors, but generally can range from approximately $200-$500 a month. A nice two bedroom apartment in Vietnam can cost from approximately $300-$700 a month," explained one expat who made the move to Vietnam.

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