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Apartment Hunting in Hanoi, Vietnam 2017 | LIFE IN VIETNAM

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I visited 6 different apartments in Hanoi, Vietnam. Did I find what I was looking for? Watch the video to find out!

So within the first 3 days of moving to Hanoi, I was already out and about doing apartment hunting. The main source of listings that foreigners use is from the Facebook group "Hanoi Massive Housing." It is completely full of a variety of accommodations and all the realtors/agents that post there are extremely responsive and all spoke English decently.

I was looking to be in the Ba Dinh district of Hanoi, mainly cause it's a central location, and it's most authentic in terms of not being flooded with foreigners/expats. The district known for that is Tay Ho, which is around West Lake.

I saw some bad places and some decent places. But which one did I go for? I went with Apartment 6, which is technically in Tay Ho district, but it's on the south side of the lake and borders Ba Dinh district. It feels more like Ba Dinh than Tay Ho for sure, I see almost no foreigners at all around this neighborhood.

I hope you enjoyed this little video. It was fun going out to see what apartments would be like in Hanoi and filming it for you all.

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