REI Optimistic The Political Year Become The Best Momentum Of The Millenial Buy Property
By : Ridwan And Aldi Firhand. A | Saturday, December 16 2017 - 11:35 IWST
Soelaman Soemawinata, Chairman of REI (Doc. Industry)
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Indonesia will soon enter the political year two years ahead, many businessmen and investors are holding back for business expansion in Indonesia.
However, this does not apply to the property industry. The reason, some businessmen, institutions and property consultants are optimistic political year will be the best momentum for consumers to buy property.
"If you look at similar momentum in the previous year, property values tend to rise significantly after the political event is over, so it will be very beneficial for consumers," said Vice Chairman of Apartment Management and Real Estate Indonesia Apartment (REI), Mualim Wijoyo to INDUSTRY.co.id in Jakarta (16/12/2017).
However, he added, developers should provide a proper understanding to potential customers about outstanding issues related to occupancy and general conditions that occur in Indonesia.
"So with the right understanding will facilitate developers in marketing their products," he explained.
According to Mualim, housing is a primary need that must be prepared for the future. "Tips for young children should force themselves to get occupancy early, because the fore to get the dwelling is not easy," said Mutual.
Furthermore, he said, the current habit of the people of Indonesia is almost the same as the habits of American society who tend to be more concerned with traveling rather than owning property.
"The culture of American culture has penetrated into Indonesia, so for the easy child who was reborn 'Zaman Now' must push themselves from now to be able to have a dwelling," he said.
Nevertheless, he continued, in taking the current property market, developers should be able to see the needs of the millennium. "With the innovation and ingenuity of winning the hearts of the millennials, he will be the winner," concluded the ambassador.