Savills Vietnam opens full service office in Danang

Savills, Vietnam’s largest real estate services provider, will officially open its first full office in Danang, marking the company’s dedication to growing its business in the property market of Vietnam’s central region.

Savills Vietnam opens its first full office in Danang, marking a milestone for the company as it continues to provide quality real estate services

Savills Vietnam opens its first full office in Danang, marking a milestone for the company as it continues to provide quality real estate services

The new office will offer the full platform of real estate services already provided in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, including research, evaluation, and development advisory, commercial and residential property management, office and retail agency services, tenant representation, investment advisory and brokerage, as well as residential project marketing and general leasing.

Savills has worked for clients in Danang since 1995 and has been an active presence in recent years, being closely associated with some of central Vietnam’s most well-known resorts and residential developments. The sizeable existing project marketing team already present in Danang will be complemented by a professional management team and office premises.

Matthew Powell, director of Savills Hanoi, commented, “The real estate market in Danang is developing rapidly, so we feel it’s very important to be able to service our clients fully and to be able to offer our full platform of services to the city. Being one of the most exciting and progressive cities in Vietnam, we are very pleased to open our first regional office, outside of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.”

In the high-profile residential market in Danang, Savills has represented many of central Vietnam’s resort developers, leading the sales efforts for The Ocean Resort (Ocean Villas, The Ocean Suites, Dunes Residences, The Point and Ocean Estates), Marble Mountain Residences (at Hyatt Regency Danang), Naman Residences, Luxury Apartment at Sheraton Four Points, Azura condominiums, and Harmony Tower.

By Quang Hung

Source: Vietnam Investment Review