2018, Sentul City Optimistic Can Achieve Marketing Sales Rp1, 5 Trillion

By : Abraham Sihombing And Aldi Firhand. A | Thursday, December 14 2017 - 15:47 IWST

PT Sentul City Tbk (BKSL) (thepresidentpostindonesia)
PT Sentul City Tbk (BKSL) (thepresidentpostindonesia)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Bogor - The management of PT Sentul City Tbk (BKSL) is optimistic to achieve marketing sales of Rp1.5 trillion in 2018 in line with optimism for the property sector recovery in 2018.

The marketing sales earned by Sentul City during the period of January-October 2017 amounted to Rp902 billion, or already reached about 75% of the full year 2017 marketing target of Rp1.2 trillion.

"We are very optimistic to achieve the target of marketing sales of Rp1.5 trillion in 2018, or higher by 20% compared to 2017 of Rp1.2 trillion," said Keith Steven Mulyadi, BKSL President Director in Sentul, Bogor, recently.

Keith points out, many indicators are the driving force for the development of Sentul City in the future. One of them is the addition of various infrastructure and facilities located in the residential area in the south of Jakarta.

"In the future, the price of land in Sentul City will be higher than Tangerang and Bekasi. That's because of the various arrangements that we always do to continue to provide comfort and security for the residents of Sentul City, "said Keith.

Therefore, according to Keith, BKSL management will allocate a budget of Rp700 billion for capital expenditure in 2017. The fund will be used to finance the development of four new clusters totaling 361 units of home sites.

"The four clusters are planned to be built on an area of ​​200 hectares and will be sold with a sales target of Rp650 billion," added Keith. (Abraham Sihombing)

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