New regulations the first step towards condotel resurgence

New regulations the first step towards condotel resurgence 1

Several years ago, a large wave of condotels was introduced to the market across Vietnam. According to the Ministry of Construction, since 2014 the coastal areas and islands such as Van Don, Halong, Danang, Nha Trang, Mui Ne, and Phu Quoc have all seen a boom in condotel supply.
Quality to trump alleged slowdown

Quality to trump alleged slowdown

While the real estate market is going through momentary growth pains, Michael Piro, chief operating officer of Indochina Capital, discusses with Ngoc Huong how the domestic market recognises excellence, and which road the developer, real estate advisor, buyer, and seller will take.
Excitement rises in Vietnam’s real estate

Excitement rises in Vietnam’s real estate

Indochina Strategic, Indochina Capital’s real estate advisory arm, was recently recognised as one of Vietnam’s best property consultancy firms at the IPAX Asia Pacific Awards in Bangkok.
A builder of novelties

A builder of novelties

Indochina Capital is looking back on a busy year, topping off two decades of vigorous development in Vietnam. Chief operating officer Michael Piro talked to VIR’s Hoang Anh about the company’s freshest products and goals in the years to come.
Rules relaxed for a more inclusive market

Rules relaxed for a more inclusive market

Michael Piro, chief operating officer of Indochina Capital, spoke to VIR’s Hoang Anh about witnessing radical changes in the Vietnamese real estate market and the basis for his unbreakable faith in future prospects in the sector.
Condotel—the future of the real estate industry

Condotel—the future of the real estate industry

Michael Piro from Indochina capital sheds light on the rising star of the holiday property market, condotels, which remain little understood among buyers.