According to Phan Thi Anh Tuyet, acting managing director of Thao Dien Investment, the appointment serves to the company’s strategy to highlight the Masteri Thao Dien as a professional and up-scale residential project.
Tran Minh Ai, director of Property Management at Savills Vietnam, said that together with the developer, Thao Dien Investments, Savills welcome residents to the project, with full confidence in the convenient location and outstanding facilities on offer.
“As the real estate market continues to grow in Vietnam, we look forward to working with more developers to ensure residents can benefit from the best services available, allowing them to truly relax in the comfort of their homes,” said Ai.
Masteri Thao Dien is located at the heart of District 2 and is set to further benefit from the development of Metro Line 1, to be finished by 2020.
This is the biggest residential and commercial complex in Savills Vietnam’s management portfolio.
According to the appointment, Savills will be in charge of property management for over 4,000 apartment units at Masteri Thao Dien from June 2016, when the units are handed over.
Currently, the Savills property management team is detailing the apartment hand-over process as well as management services to welcome new Masteri residents.
Other notable residential projects in Vietnam under the hands of Savills include Xi Riverview, Saigon Pearl, The Vista, Estella, Avalon, Riviera Point in Ho Chi Minh City, and Mandarin Garden and Richland Southern in Hanoi.
Savills Vietnam has been established for over 21 years currently holds over 2.5 million square metres under management. Looking to capitalise on the unlocked potential of the Vietnamese real estate market, Savills is expanding services throughout the country, including investment brokerage, commercial leasing, research and valuation, as well as residential sales.VIR