Euromoney names CBRE Vietnam leading real estate consultant

27-Oct-2018 Intellasia | Vn Economic Times | 6:00 AM Print This Post

Honor comes for seventh consecutive year.CBRE Vietnam has been honored for the seventh consecutive year as the leading real estate consulting company in Vietnam by Euromoney, in three categories: AgencyLetting/Sales, Research, and Overall.

“CBRE is deeply knowledgeable about Vietnam’s real estate market because of our world-class experts,” said Dang Phuong Hang, Managing director of CBRE Vietnam. “This gives us the ability to provide the most critical and accurate information to our clients, thereby committing our best to fully meeting any and all consulting needs.”

CBRE Vietnam has 15 years of experience in the local market and has received the highest awards in the real estate industry for the past seven years.

With a team of over 700 leading experts in Vietnam, CBRE allows clients to reach their optimal benefits and cash flow with their investments, achieve advanced profitability, and reduce risk to the lowest level in a volatile business environment, providing services of high-class international standard.

CBRE was ranked as the leading real estate consulting company globally in 54 different categories across North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa, and Asia Pacific at the Euromoney Property Awardsone of the most prestigious awards in the real estate industry.

“The diversity and reach of our Asia-Pacific platform continues to receive consistent recognition from the industry and, most importantly, our clients,” said Steve Swerdlow, Chief Executive Officer of CBRE Asia Pacific. “At the centre of this proud achievement remains our people, who continue to deliver the world-class services expected of CBRE in Asia Pacific each and every day.”

The Euromoney Property Awards is a prestigious award initiated in 1992 and held annually, surveying the performance of real estate consultants, developers, investment managers, and banks around the world to identify the best in the industry. Industry professionals from more than 75 countries participated in this year’s survey.


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