Five of The City's Most Hunted by Property Searchers

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Friday, February 16 2018 - 22:34 IWST

Apartment Illustration (Illustration)
Apartment Illustration (Illustration)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - South Jakarta seems to still be a very popular area for them property seekers, especially apartments. Based on the results of the global property portals survey Lamudi mentions, during last December there were about 4,592 people looking for apartments in the South Jakarta area. The data is obtained from visitors who come to the property portal.

South Jakarta area is known as the most sought after by property seekers, because there is a complete range of facilities, ranging from mushrooming shopping centers, entertainment to good access to the center of Jakarta, either through private vehicles, commuter line as well as other public transport.

The apartment seekers in South Jakarta, the majority of targeting apartments in the area Kalibata, then followed by Kuningan and Kasablanka. From the data also mentioned that currently the average price of apartments in South Jakarta is sold Rp 32 million per square meter.

In addition to South Jakarta, the second most sought after location by the apartment seeker is occupied by Surabaya with a total of 1882 searchers, for in Surabaya most property seekers are targeting apartments in the Kertajaya area. While for the third place is West Jakarta with the number of 1249 people the majority of searchers chose apartments in Cengkareng area.

The interest of people to buy property is still not showing a positive trend, even in mid-2015 and apartment prices in Jakarta and Bali decreased due to economic slowdown and decreased supply of units.

Top-class apartments are the sectors most affected by the economic slowdown. Even for the fourth quarter of 2015 in Jakarta there are only 1500 units of luxury apartments launched, this number decreased when compared to the third quarter of 2015 which reached 2700 units.

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