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Savills Vietnam

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Our Office


    Ho Chi Minh: 18th Floor, Doji Tower, 81-85 Ham Nghi, Nguyen Thai Binh Ward, District 1, HCMC

    Ha Noi: 21st Floor, Lotter Center Tower, 54 Lieu Giai, Cong Vi Ward, Ba Dinh District, Ha Noi

Our Story

Company Introduction

Savills Vietnam is the largest and most experienced real estate practice with offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The company provides comprehensive property services such as: Residential Sales, Commercial Leasing, Residential Leasing, Research & Consultancy, Valuation & Feasibility Study, Banking & Corporate Services, Investment Brokerage & Advisory, Retail Consultancy & Leasing, Property & Asset Management, Tenant Advisory & Representation, Industrial Consultancy & Leasing, Marketing & Creative services. Savills Vietnam had been continuously recognised in prestigious and credible property award programmes before stopping its participation in 2017 and redirecting the award fees to “Savills Cares” fund as a part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) campaign to better benefit local people and charities. 
Currently, Savills Vietnam consists of over 2,000 experienced and professional staff nationwide and keep expanding further.


Our vision is to be the real estate adviser of choice in the markets we serve. We do not wish to be the biggest, just the best (as judged by our clients).

Core values

Our values capture our commitment not only to ethical, professional and responsible conduct but to the essence of real estate success, an entrepreneurial value-embracing approach.

Potential Candidates

Over 39,000 people work for us in more than 70 countries all over the world. This breadth of global coverage, combined with specialist services and market insight, means we'll always have an expert who is local to you.

Our People

Neil Macgregor

Managing Director of Savills Vietnam

Neil Macgregor is Managing Director of Savills Vietnam, in charge of Savills' entire business in three major cities: Ho Chi Minh, Ha Noi and Da Nang. Neil was trained as a real estate professional in London, UK with a primary expertise in real estate valuation and investment. Joining Savills in the early going, Neil was involved in some of the largest investment deals at the time, including the sale of Pacific Place in Hanoi in 2010 and Saigon Tower in 2011. Prior to focusing on investment advisory services, Neil was also very successful in corporate commercial services, cooperating with many large clients such as: Manulife, Unilever, Adidas-Salomon, Bảo Minh CMG and Prudential with key lease negotiations, lease reviews and commercial real estate consultations. Neil is also a member of the Royal Institute of Appraisal, with experience and dedication to the real estate sector in general and Vietnam in particular.

Neil Macgregor

Troy Griffiths

Deputy Managing Director of Savills Vietnam

Troy Griffiths has in excess of more than 30 years property experience across all asset classes having previously practiced in Australia, NZ and the Pacific. He specializes in Strategic Property Consultancy particularly favoring Development Advisory with a valuation background. Troy has advised most major developers in public and private practice in Australia, varying from Airport acquisitions and infrastructure development through to major long term urban renewal programs. Troy has held Director level positions at several of Australia’s leading property firms, both independent and agency based. He has been an active member as a lecturer, mentor and committee member for many industry representative groups and institutions, including the Australian Property Institute, Property Council of Australia and the Urban Development Institute.

Troy Griffiths

Matthew Powel

Director, Head of North & Central Vietnam Offices

Matthew Powell is the head of the Hanoi and Danang offices at Savills Vietnam, covering the North and Central regions. He joined Savills in 2004 to head the Office Agency team in Hanoi. Matt became a Director of Savills Vietnam in 2009 after setting up the Residential Development Sales business from 2007. He now oversees Hanoi and Danang operations comprising over 300 people across all consultancy, agency, property management and investment business lines. Matt specializes in significant development projects providing consultancy, agency and strategic advice across both the residential, hospitality and commercial sectors; and working with investors for commercial and residential investment transactions. With over 15 years’ experience in the Vietnam real estate market, Matt’s clients include some of the largest domestic and international real estate players.

Matthew Powel

Our Benefits


Our training and development regime is the best in the industry, and is geared towards enabling our people to reach their full potential. We focus on making sure Savills people are satisfied with their career and personal development and are able to work well as a team towards achieving our business aims and objectives.

Health Care

The health and wellbeing of our employees is of utmost importance to us. We ensure that all employees are aware of the range of support available to them to maintain their health, as well as the organisation’s commitment to supporting individual needs.


Everyone at Savills works hard to exceed clients' expectations. One of the advantages of a public company, however, is the meritocracy it creates. This ensures that there is a clear path for advancement with individual achievement recognised by increased financial rewards as well as by promotion.

Working space

We offer a hybrid work model where teams can come into the office or work remotely depending on their needs. This model also means that employees can request a flexible schedule such as starting (and then finishing) an hour earlier. Flexible working also means that the office has been reconfigured. Previously, every employee had a dedicated desk but now desks are shared and booked via an app; this creates a spacious, open office that allows for social distancing. The office also has more communal space and areas for collaboration like sharing booths, a lounge, and more meeting rooms.

Employee Engagement

A variety range of employee engagement activities to ensure we work smart and we play hard.