Festival Property Indonesia Offers Residential Installment Rp1, 5 Million's

By : Ridwan And Aldi Firhand. A | Tuesday, November 14 2017 - 23:55 IWST

Country General Manager Rumah123, Ignatius Untung. (Photo Ridwan)
Country General Manager Rumah123, Ignatius Untung. (Photo Ridwan)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Indonesia's No.1 porch site, Rumah 123 again held the Indonesian Property Festival (FPI). The event for the second time in 2017 was officially opened today by Country General Manager House 123, Ignatius Untung.

In his speech Untung said, many lessons we took from the previous exhibition. In terms of number of booth this year we are more. This event is also at once a meeting point between developers and consumers.

"The property is a necessity, the choice is to own or rent, because the property is postponed more unpurchased.Therefore, through this event we bring developers with affordable price," said Ignatius Untung to INDUSTRU.co.id in Jakarta, Tuesday (11/14/2017).

He added that the growth of the property sector in Indonesia has been slow. It is time for the Indonesian property sector to rise again. "Therefore, this exhibition also simultaneously racked the property sector actors to immediately rise from the sluggishness," he added.

On the other hand, continued Untung, we also see that these millennials are time in education that they should start a consider with the property. With the choices that lately have been difficult for them to buy a house.

"Through this exhibition they can get affordable residential property that must be heavy, if not started now will not be able to," said Untung.

The exhibition, attended by 54 developers, offers property prices ranging from Rp250 million-an with installments ranging from Rp1, 5 million, with coverage of locations in Greater Jakarta.

Fortunately, hoping that this exhibition can re-stimulate the property sector of Indonesia which recently experienced sluggishness. A full understanding of the realm of the property will broaden the perspective of all parties about sectors that are said to have never known this loss.

"Delaying, in the realm of property, is not the right choice, the choice is desperate, or it will be a bad one, let's go!" Untung closed.

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