"As Viet Nam settles back into its rhythm after Covid, businesses are evaluating their priorities and demands for the offices they occupy. In response, building managers are implementing smart solutions to enhance working experiences as well as boost health and safety."
"Ancestral properties are complicated to take care of because of multiple ownership. As a result, even high-value properties at prime locations can fall into disrepair. Third parties like IPCs can help in untangling this knot."
"Smart buildings can improve efficiencies for property managers"
"The property management sector is believed to be approximately 35 billion sq m by the end of 2020, according to CRIC, up from 19.3 billion sq m just five years ago with revenues of RMB1.27 trillion. The biggest 100 property management companies account for roughly 33% of space under management (11.55 bn sq m), having consolidated their market share from 18.1% in 2015. This tremendous growth can be attributed to the country’s rapid urbanisation and continued investment in property development. Meanwhile, a constant stream of new stock, in addition to the consolidation of existing market share, represents significant market opportunities for managers in the near future."
"Savills, together with the entire population of Viet Nam, are ready to fight the new wave of Covid-19."
"With Savills Property Management portfolio at well over 100 projects, their proprietary Property Cube application provides the optimal solution to improving service quality and resident living in any Savills managed project. Let's take a look at 3 outstanding features which streamline resident living while improving project management efficiencies."
"As property management services continues to expand in Viet Nam, investors are prioritizing experienced professional service providers to best manage and protect their assets. A full range of consultancy, management and operational support packages comes from years of best practice with unrelenting focus to every project aspect. As social media continues to expand its influence, building liveability and reputation has never been more important. Savills 25 years in Vietnam has earned its real estate management leadership position through constant improvement, innovation and good old-fashioned hard work. Ms. Tran Minh Ai, Savills Senior Property Management Director, shared the three core elements Savills focuses on:"
"Mr. Pham Anh Tuan shares about his career path, his difficulties as well as advantages when he encounter at work. In addition, he gives advances for young people who would lilke to join the area. "