More competitive land cost as well as lower occupancy rate are making emerging industrial areas in surrounding provinces become more attractive to investors and developers.
PwC recommends all asset classes in the southern commercial hub be bought next year.
Trade tensions between the U.S. and China are driving increased real-estate investor interest to Southeast Asian countries, with Vietnam’s industrial sector a key focal point, according to JLL.
Investors are moving beyond residential market to venture into tourism and industrial real estate.
Having selected Vietnam as the first foreign destination in the mid-90s, when Vietnam remained unacquainted to most of the foreign enterprises, the Amata Group from Thailand has been increasing its presence at the two ends of Vietnam with billion-dollar projects.
Vietnam has established itself as one of the brightest manufacturing hotspots within South East Asia partly due to the relocation of Chinese companies to Vietnam, according to JLL.
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