Jababeka Residence Optimistic Marketing Sales Reach Rp 1 trillion in 2018

By : Nandi Nanti And Aldi Firhand | Wednesday, January 17 2018 - 21:48 IWST

Kawana Golf Residence Jababeka
Kawana Golf Residence Jababeka

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Jababeka Residence Developer, PT Graha Buana Cikarang (GBC), which is a subsidiary of PT Jababeka Tbk successfully recorded positive results by closing the year 2017 with the achievement of marketing sales worth Rp 712 billion.

With these results, Jababeka Residence surpassed the previously set target of Rp 524 billion.

Capitalize the good incision and see the high market response and interest of potential investors to invest capital through property products Jababeka Residence, President Director of PT GBC Sutedja S Darmono is optimistic that the property sales will grow 40 percent or Rp 1 trillion

"This is a fairly moderate target in the political year, we believe the political climate will be good, and people will be burned to invest," Sutedja said in Jakarta (16/1/2018).

Sutedja said, 2018 is a good year to invest, and it believes the many advantages it has will encourage the sale of property products in this political year.

And in order to achieve the sales target set, Sutedja said in addition to developing an existing project, it will also do some new project launch this year.

"We started the sale by inviting 1,000 property agents and socializing all our 2018 programs," Sutedja said.

In the event, it began to market the latest apartment Kawana Golf Residence second stage of 104 units.

"The second phase project is estimated to be worth Rp 150 billion and is targeted to be sold out in February 2018," he said.

Meanwhile, in maintaining continuity, it will release the latest mega cluster project named Sports City which will stand on an area of ​​21 ha which is an integrated settlement created specifically for the sportsmen and the community lovers of healthy lifestyle.

"There is developed housing, apartments, commercial facilities, facilities sports facilities number one and others," he explained.

Regarding residential development in the area of ​​Sport City, he said first will build the apartment Monaco Townhouse as many as 200 units and will go on sale in February 2018 at a price of about Rp 580 million.

In the same medio, his side will also launch a new collaboration project with PT PP Properti (PPRO) that is thematic area named Little Tokyo.

"We are developing Japanese residential and mall concept there, and we will also develop some superblock projects with PT Plaza Indonesia," Sutedja concluded.

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