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Savills Vietnam publication - Q2/2016

Savills Vietnam publication - Q2/2016
07 April 2016

Savills Vietnam’s latest residential sales publication is published at a time when the market is seeing unprecedented activity, with the announcement of projects that will take the market to new heights. In the coming months we will see projects in central locations, that will attract prices never achieved before in Vietnam.

 

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Savills Vietnam publication - Q2/2016

Savills Vietnam publication - Q2/2016

07 April 2016

Savills Vietnam’s latest residential sales publication is published at a time when the market is seeing unprecedented activity, with the announcement of projects that will take the market to new heights. In the coming months we will see projects in central locations, that will attract prices never achieved before in Vietnam.

 
 
 

Hanoi Market Brief Q1 2016

06 April 2016

In Q1/2016, total retail stock was approximately 1.1 million m², stable quarteron- quarter (QoQ) but up 22% year-on-year (YoY). The average rent decreased -1.6% QoQ but up 4.9% YoY. Shopping centres decreased 3.1% QoQ whereas retail podiums and department stores increased 3.2% and 4.2% respectively.

 
 
 

HCMC Market Brief Q1 2016

06 April 2016

New supply was 40,800 m2 from two projects. The total retail stock reached more than one million m², increasing 4% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) and 17% year-on-year (YoY).

 
 
 

Da Nang Market Brief Q4 2015

16 March 2016

In Q4/2015, total retail stock was 167,000 m², stable quarter-on-quarter (QoQ). Average rent and occupancy was also stable QoQ but increased 20% year-on-year (YoY) and 7 ppts respectively. This increase was due to the entry of Vincom Ngo Quyen Da Nang and better performance of shopping centres and department stores.

 
 
 

HCMC Market Brief Q4 2015

19 January 2016

In Q4/2015, the new supply was 84,400 m2 from five projects. The total retail stock reached more than one million m², increasing by 7% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) and 16% year-on-year (YoY).

 
 
 

Hanoi Market Brief Q4 2015

19 January 2016

In Q4/2015, total retail stock was approximately 1.1 million m², increasing by 14.7% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) and 14.3% year-on-year (YoY). 

 
 
 

Da Nang Market Brief

06 January 2016

RETAIL In Q3/2015, total retail stock was 167,000 m², stable quarter-on-quarter (QoQ). The average rent increased 7% QoQ due to higher rents being achieved in Vincom Ngo Quyen and Indochina Riverside Tower.

 
 
 

Savills Vietnam publication - Q1/2016

23 December 2015

Welcome to our first residential sales publication in 2016. We soon will enter the New Year full of optimism on the back of a strong Vietnam economy, momentum from the new Housing Law, numerous free trade agreements, strong FDI and relatively low interest rates. The prospects for the Vietnam real estate market are excellent and there has never been such a broad range of quality products available.

 
 
 

Hanoi Apartment Briefing Q3 2015

13 October 2015

In Q3/2015, Ha Noi’s total apartment supply was 134,500 units from 203 fully sold and 96 active projects. The total primary stock was 15,000 units, increasing 11.9% quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) and 50% year-on-year (YoY).  There were 22 existing and 13 new projects, providing 8,700 units, increasing 43% QoQ.

 
 
 

Hanoi Villa/Townhouse Briefing Q3 2015

13 October 2015

As of Q3/2015, the total stock of the villa/ townhouse segment was 30,400 dwellings from 114 projects, up 1% (quarter-on-quarter) QoQ and 3% (year-on-year) YoY. There were 1,200 primary and 29,200 secondary dwellings. Four new projects entered the market this quarter providing 280 dwellings.

 
 
 

Key contacts

Troy Griffiths

Troy Griffiths

Deputy Managing Director

Savills HCMC

+84 8 3823 9205

 

Do Thi Thu Hang

Do Thi Thu Hang

Associate Director
Research

Savills Hanoi

+84 4 3946 1300 - 178

 

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