Smart home trend is thriving in Asia but still in infancy in Vietnam, according to JLL.
Investors putting in a nominal investment in a vacant space to adapt it for a non-retail tenant can create long-term interest and occupied space, according to property consulting company JLL Vietnam.
Vietnam's real estate future will be affected most by e-commerce, which is an integrated factor of top five reshaping trends, according to Stephen Wyatt, country head of real estate consultancy firm JLL Vietnam.
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.
With improving market fundamentals, Vietnam stands a good chance of winning logistics market share as its regional peers shift towards more mature industrial development, according to Jones Lang Lasalle.
JLL Vietnam's Le Thi Huyen Trang said that in case condotel projects canot be sold due to legal risks and profit commitments, it will return to the original nature of hotels.
In the past four years, the volume of integrated development has substantially increased within the Vietnam residential market.
Vietnam would continue to be in the top three target markets for international investors, especially Japanese, South Korean, Chinese and Singaporean investors, according to a report just released by Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), American professional services and investment management company specializing in real estate.
The Vietnamese real estate market continues showing irresistible appeal to foreign investors, mostly through merger and acquisition, according to the latest update report of the real estate and investment management firm JLL.
Khanh Nguyen, Associate Director of Capital Markets at JLL, a leading professional services firm specialized in real estate and investment management, has given her insights into the joint-venture partnership between Hongkong Land and Ho Chi Minh City Infrastructure Investment JSC and on merger-and-acquisition (M&A) activities in Vietnam.
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