That is the information Cushman & Wakefield made in the latest capital market report of this unit.
Specifically, according to Cushman & Wakefield, in the period 2014 – 2016, Vietnam has received more than $ 66 billion in FDI capital with an average capital increase of $ 2 billion each year. Only in 2016 receive $ 26 billion. Among them, the capital poured into the real estate sector accounts for an average of 10%.
Cushman & Wakefield’s latest capital markets report shows that Vietnam is a potential destination for global capital inflows.
Ben Gray, Capital Markets Manager, Cushman & Wakefield Vietnam, commented: “We see that the pressure on profitability in regulators is increasing, and the market is performing better than the market. Other reports in the Asia-Pacific region show that existing asset-backed investment strategies, including those being built in the CBD, are a solution executive making profits without risking the risks of conventional investment strategies. “
However, Mr Gray said that existing assets in Vietnam are still not as profitable as expected by managers, not to mention financial or construction risks. There are only a few markets that meet the requirements of a Singapore-based trust fund for a multi-talented real estate property valued at approximately $ 480 billion at a profit rate of 8% as in Vietnam in year Last.
Nevertheless, the unit acknowledged that Vietnam has a great potential for growth with the expectation of increasing investor sentiment compared to other countries in the region. “2017 and the next few years are a good time to invest in Vietnam’s assets,” the report said.
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