REI: Realization of Subsidy House for New MBR Reached 94,000 Units

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Sunday, September 03 2017 - 17:45 IWST

Soelaman Soemawinata, Chairman of REI (Doc. Industry)
Soelaman Soemawinata, Chairman of REI (Doc. Industry)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The Indonesian Real Estate Companies Association (REI) is eyeing the achievement of subsidized housing development for low income or MBR of 94,000 units from the target of 210,000 units. The achievement does not include 14,000 units of simple rental apartment or rusunawa built DPD REI Jakarta.

DPP REI Chairman Soelaeman Soemawinata said his side is still optimistic until the end of the year can be achieved according to the targets launched. The reason, developers in each region continue to speed up the construction of subsidy housing.

"I have visited directly 11 DPD including Vila Kencana Cikarang to hear first hand the obstacle faced by the developers," he said recently.

Eman, greeting Soelaeman familiar, ensuring REI still trying to be the front guard in building people's homes. However, his side realize as the vanguard must still be supported by the great teams behind him.

The reason, if only walk alone the front troops will only die on fire at the attacks that come. The attacks include slow mortgages, high construction credit interest rates, expensive licensing, and more.

"So if we are the developers who collapsed who will continue this development? Then I will continue to monitor and maping what issues should be resolved priorities," he said.

While related to the implementation of SLF which will be applied to the construction of MBR's house, his side will continue to support. The origin remains in the developer's internal corridor, such as the quality of the building and the water test.

However, if it is on the issue of clean water supply, electricity, and other basic infrastructure should still be distinguished. Therefore, the developer is not responsible for providing it.

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