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I found out this website that advertising the Land for sale in Laos and I am shocked to see that, how come the land is expensive in VT, For example 320 USD/sqm or 180 USD/sqm.. the infor on this website is outdated.

how come Lao people can afford such a high price?? Does the govt control it?

http://laoland.com/showlands.php


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Anonymous wrote:

I found out this website that advertising the Land for sale in Laos and I am shocked to see that, how come the land is expensive in VT, For example 320 USD/sqm or 180 USD/sqm.. the infor on this website is outdated.

how come Lao people can afford such a high price?? Does the govt control it?

http://laoland.com/showlands.php




confusewaiting you guyz



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Do anyone know where is that locate , i can not believe that



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Anonymous

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Usually these lands are in the main 6 city in VT with in about 20km diameter. or mainly in downtown area. Some area are govern by the government, but mostly are belong to the local.

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Anonymous wrote:

I found out this website that advertising the Land for sale in Laos and I am shocked to see that, how come the land is expensive in VT, For example 320 USD/sqm or 180 USD/sqm.. the infor on this website is outdated.

how come Lao people can afford such a high price?? Does the govt control it?

http://laoland.com/showlands.php




Lao overseas cannot afford to buy this very expensive land but Lao people who live in Laos can.



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Friends have you been to Vietnam
and Malatsia ?

land in Vietnam 1000us$ per sqm.
land in Kuala Lumpur 3500us$ per sqm.
I am not kidding my friends.



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Lao nok can afford those land and house.


They do not buy its because it will not be under their own name. Until the government changed it position and let Lao people born in Lao, entitle to buy land under their own name. Too much problem under other family member's name.

Until then Lao nok will continue to build their new homes in America. The Tempature is the same, and the Lao community is getting larger.  But I know most Lao love and care about their old country. Especially the older generation.

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