The Hanoi Times – Buying apartments in high-end resorts and hotels has become big business in Viet Nam. Investments usually show quick profits for wealthy investors. Nam Hai beach resort in central Quang Nam Province was one of the first resorts to develop the business. The resort is divided into a 60-room hotel and 40 villas. Thirty-six of the villas were sold to secondary investors. Prices have tripled in five years. Indochina Capital’s soon-to-opened Hyatt Regency Resort&Spa in Non Nuoc beach, central Da Nang which includes a 200-room hotel, 174 apartments and 27 villas. The apartments and villas are being sold to investors for between $180,000 to $1.7 million. Peter Ryder, general director of Indochina Capital, said his company has four projects under construction in Quang Nam and Da Nang – Nam Hai and Montgomerie Links Viet Nam, Riverside Tower and Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort&Spa. In the next three years, Indochina Capital will invest another $250 million in three more resorts in Quang Nam and Da Nang. Selling apartments in resorts has quickly grown in other central region resorts, from Da Nang to Phu Yen Province. In Da Nang and Hoi An alone, villas in about 10 luxury resorts are up for sale. Close to Hyatt Regency Resort&Spa is the Olalani Resort, which will contain three luxury villas, 88 high-end apartments and a 16-room hotel. The Fusion Alya project has 19 pool-view villas, 11 sea-view villas and 57 apartments which are being sold from $95,000 to $280,000 per unit….