Find Cheapest Cheap House in Jakarta, Check Here!

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Saturday, October 14 2017 - 20:39 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Finding a cheap house in the area of ​​Jakarta is arguably bothered easy, narrow land and the number of enthusiasts to make house prices rise uncontrollably.

So where in Jakarta is the area that sells the cheapest used house? Based on data from Lamudi's global property, the price of the cheapest used house in Jakarta is currently located in Rorotan, North Jakarta with an average price of Rp 7,600,000 per square meter, followed by Kalisari, East Jakarta with an average price of Rp 8,500. 000 per square meter and third in Ciracas, East Jakarta with an average price of Rp 8.800.000 per square meter.

This price is quite cheap compared to other areas, such as Kemang, South Jakarta which has even reached Rp 42 million per square meter. Based on the survey Lamudi also mentioned the majority of property seekers in Jakarta today are also more interested in buying a home when compared with other types of property.

Meanwhile, according to Mart Polman, Managing Director of Lamudi Indonesia, in Jakarta area is the most popular area searched by home seekers in Bintaro, South Jakarta ,Tebet, South Jakarta and Cibubur, East Jakarta.

The majority of properties property seekers in Lamudi are still dominated by men with a percentage of 51.8 percent, Mart said.

Mart also said the majority of property seekers in Lamudi by the productive age of 25 to 34 years old reached 41.97 percent, followed by the age group of 18 to 24 years reached 21.90 percent, ages 35 to 44 years reached 18.34 percent, 45 to 54 years 9.59 percent, age 55 to 64 years reached 6.40 percent and the age group above 65 years reached 1.79 percent.

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