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Rents in many "industrial capitals" of the South and North continue to reach "new peaks"

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CBRE Vietnam also forecasts that, within the next three years, the country's industrial land supply will increase by more than 14,000 hectares, and the industrial land rental price is expected to increase by 5-10% per year in the Northern region and increase 8-13%/year in the southern region.

The occupancy rate recorded by the Ministry in the first half of the year tended to increase and reached a high level. Which, the occupancy rate of industrial zones in the North is about 80%, the South is about 85%. In some localities, the occupancy rate of industrial zones is still at a high level of over 95% such as Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Nai, and Bac Ninh.

In the key cities in the southern region (including Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Nai, Binh Duong, and Long An), the total industrial land area is more than 30,000ha.

The average rental price of industrial land in Hanoi and some northern provinces in the first 6 months of this year is about 110 USD/m2, while the rent in HCMC and some southern provinces is higher, about 136 USD/m2.

In some highly attractive industrial parks, the asking price increases from 20% to 26% depending on the area.

Warehouse and factory rents in the past 6 months also fluctuated slightly at 0 - 3%/year.

The report estimates that in 2023, the net profit of listed industrial park developers is expected to grow by about 18% over the same period. This estimate is based on the forecast that the total area of ​​leased land will grow at 10%/year; Land rent is expected to increase by 8% in the southern industrial zones of Vietnam and 6% in the northern industrial zones.

Source: cafef

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