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Door opened to Everville project

The Truong Thinh Phat Real Estate Investment and Construction Joint Stock Company (Eci Land) and Military Bank’s Debt and Asset Management Company (AMC) recently have joined hands to launch the Everville high-rise apartment complexes.

The VND1.7 trillion ($82.1 million) project covers more than five hectares in Ho Chi Minh City’s Binh Tan district and consist of nine, 21-storey blocks with 1,600 apartments featuring areas ranging between 47.9 and 100 square metres each.

Everville complexes were competitively prices with harmonious designs suited to the budget of medium and low-income people, according to Eci Land’s general director Le Thuy Huong. Besides, the complexes enjoy a propitious position in proximity to the city’s downtown as well as schools and marketplaces.

Military Bank will support customers to buy these apartments with a credit line of up to 70 per cent of apartment value within 15 years. The project is consulted by Singapore’s Ong & Ong and Alinco Co.

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