Because of the trend of shifting production from China to Vietnam and the expansion plan, the electronic manufacturing segment is predicted to increase in recruitment demand in 2019, including middle and high-level human resources.
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.
Residents of cities are rising rapidly with the emerge of megacities that will change the landscape of the real estate market, requiring more creative investors in the increasingly limited space of each apartment.
Property management planning should be an essential part of any high-value property development project, according to Gareth Powell, Director of Property & Asset Management at JLL in Vietnam.
The largest transactions this year, for major office, residential and retail sites, all backed by foreign capital let people gauge the fervor foreign investors have in Vietnam, Asia’s rising star.
The move to industrial park construction can be considered as a new step for Coteccons in the context that domestic demand for residential real estate is gradually saturated.
Taiwan based Mega International Commercial Bank has offered several short-term loans worth dozens of millions of US dollars to Phu My Hung to deploy projects in Vietnam since 2013.
Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies may never be a practical alternate to mainstream currencies due to its unsteadiness, the underlying blockchain technology has various potential uses especially for real estate sector, according to the leading real estate consultancy Savills Vietnam.
In the first half of this year, the average primary price of condotel in Danang increased by 19 per cent to reach $2,100 per square meter, according to Savills.
New apartments with diversified and unique amenities are increasing competition within the market, which is expected to be extremely beneficial to both consumers and the real estate market in Vietnam.
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