In Vietnam office, housing and retail with great potential

09/02/2017   Viewed: 624
According to data from JLL, Vietnam is a market of real estate investment potential in the segment of office, residential and retail.
This consulting firm, said the occupancy rate of Grade A office building in the city has reached more than 95% in quarter 4/2016, while the occupancy rate in the retail segment in the CBD reached more than 92% over the same period. In the residential sector, the number of new apartments being offered for sale has increased by 46% from 2015 to 2016. FDI capital in Vietnam recorded a record with $ 15.8 billion in 2016, while FDI investing in the real estate sector reached nearly $ 1.7 billion by the end of 2016.
 
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Real estate sectors in Vietnam have received push since 2015, partly driven by the recent reform of the Government as the stronger financial regulations for real estate investors loosened liquid policies on foreign investment.

Consumer market in Vietnam rapidly expanding economy and redirect the activities of higher value direct investment abroad increased significantly, the project has been to meet growing demand segment increased in the office, retail and hotel. notably the strong growth in demand for office space, especially in the field of financial services, legal, manufacturing and consumer goods industry, Chris Fossick, CEO of JLL Singapore and Southeast Asia said.

JLL also said the real estate market in other areas of Southeast Asia is also expected to improve in 2017.

In Indonesia, where the real estate market had been held back by the state of infrastructure and the obstacles in the regulations. However, under the administration of President Jokowi, Indonesia has been on track to improve infrastructure, reduce bureaucracy and encourage investment. Indonesia possesses the potential for development, such as the size typical demographics and population abundance, this is essential for the development of the logistics industry, he said Fossick.

Meanwhile, Singapore is considered a key market more attractive and full of energy after the adjusted value of capital. The country's GDP is expected to reach 2.3% in 2017, up slightly from 1.8% in 2016.

While demand in the segment of real estate offices, retail and food and beverage sector grew slowly in the period 2012 - 2015, JLL believes that this trend has bottomed out in 2016 and will continue to recover in 2 years I. In particular, the selling price of residential real estate in Singapore will continue to attract investors than other cities across the globe ...

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