In the high-end apartment building, many Vietnamese have not yet adapted to the civilized lifestyle

03/08/2017   Viewed: 946
More and more people in Vietnam are beginning to get used to living in high-end apartments and have misunderstandings and frustrations because they have to follow the same rules. However, they need to adapt to the general rules to ensure and respect the right to enjoy a clean living space and civilized, modern. This is the opinion of Stephen Wyatt, general director in Vietnam of Jones Lang Lasale (JLL).
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Residents living in high-end apartments need to adapt to the common rules to ensure and respect the right to enjoy a clean living space and match the amount of money they spend.

According to Stephen Wyatt, there are a lot of people buying high end condominiums who are eager to live in a perfectly civilized and secure environment and have the utmost comfort in common. But when they enter the house, they are often confused when they are required to adhere to the general rules of the building or to respect the common interests of the entire population. The above rules are indispensable and familiar in developed countries such as Europe, America, or Asian neighbors: Singapore, Korea, Japan ... in order to maintain a civilized lifestyle. And raising community awareness in a high-end living space. Most Vietnamese people are familiar with the townhouse lifestyle, so when they move into the apartment environment, they need time to adapt. Therefore they need more advice to live happily and enjoy the common facilities in high end apartments. Rules are set and applied based on the regulations and circulars as well as the actual management experience of the owner and the professional management company.

General Director of JLL Vietnam (currently managing more than 120 million m² of real estate worldwide and one of JLL's managed projects in Vietnam, namely Vista Verde and Mulberry Lane added: Because the majority of residents in Vietnam do not have much experience living in high-end condominiums, they often find it inconvenient to schedule a visit to an interior contractor, A deposit must be deposited during the construction (in the case of painters, carpenters or mechanics assemblers to damage the common utilities, the fee will be deducted if Will not be refunded 100%), the waiting time for technical errors in the apartment is extended (due to scheduling of adjacent apartments inter edited) ...

When you move in and start living in luxury, there are issues of community. For example, many helpers feeding young children can drop food in common areas, noise-laden apartments, or hang dangerous objects on the balcony that fall into the wind, The swimming pool has many residents who do not wear bathing clothes that affect the beauty, or there are many residents parking in the wrong place. There are even people who smoke and feed dogs and cats in public areas. Therefore, the job of professional management units is to make everyone respect common rules and raise public awareness.

An issue that people are concerned about when moving in is the cost of using deposit facilities such as BBQs, community living rooms, internet charges via a network operator designated by the regulator, The cost of parking is higher than the outside. For those services, Stephen Wyatt says that when choosing to live in a high-end apartment, everyone wants an absolute security environment. Security fees such as fire protection or fire protection are high. A high-end building should have adequate services, and certainly the fees to meet these needs will be different from when you are in a townhouse.

Prestigious investors in Vietnam now choose to hire professional management companies because these units have the capacity and long experience in managing the most advanced condominiums worldwide. The residents are completely assured with high-quality services worth the money they spend ...

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