Due to the new ban on international travelers and rising concerns domestically, hotel occupancy in the first three weeks of March dropped dramatically to a single digit in many destinations within Vietnam.
The corona virus outbreak will have a global impact, and Vietnam’s real estate market is not the exception, especially in hospitality and retail segment, says Troy Griffiths, Deputy Managing Director, Savills Vietnam.
PwC recommends all asset classes in the southern commercial hub be bought next year.
The key benefits of the sharing economy are flexibility, maximising value and the collaborative, human element.
Workthere will provide listing service for flexible workspaces in Vietnam and leasing services for landlords, operators, and occupiers through mobilising local Savills consultants.
Environmental awareness in real estate has become an integral part of the growing impact investing trend.
From 2020 onwards, foreign developers including Sumitomo, CapitaLand and Mitsubishi Corporation will enter, expected to contribute to a new modern city in the future.
Savills has been named the exclusive leasing and property management agent for Thai Building – a new Grade A office project in Cau Giay New Urban Area, Hanoi.
The stresses of modern life can often make us feel as though we do not have enough free time. So, it is no surprise that when it comes to leisure activities, consumers are becoming more demanding.
Newly appointed Group CEO for Savills Mark Ridley will be visiting Vietnam – one of Asia’s most vibrant property markets and a long-term strategic area for Savills.
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