Not 0 Percent DP, At Festival Property Indonesia You Can Obtain All You Want DP

By : Ridwan And Aldi Firhand | Friday, March 16 2018 - 21:00 IWST

Country General Manager Rumah123.com, Ignatius Untung (Foto Ridwan)
Country General Manager Rumah123.com, Ignatius Untung (Foto Ridwan)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta, consciously or not, the down payment (DP) is still one of the main obstacles for people to be able to buy their own dwelling. No wonder DP 0 percent occupancy becomes one of those prey who want to have their own residence.

In the middle of the 0 percent DP residential dwelling, the Festival Property of Indonesia presents to offer a unique concept to be able to realize the dream of owning a home.

Country General Manager Rumah123, Ignatius Untung explained that has become the hallmark ofFPI which always offers interesting promos.

At the Indonesia Property Festival this time there is a special promo where visitors can buy shelter by paying a deposit at will. There is also a promo booking fee of only Rp200 thousand, said Untung in Jakarta, Friday (16/3/2018).

At the property exhibition to be held at Kota Kasablanka Mall on 21-25 March will be more than 40developer. All these developers also offer a variety of other interesting promos.

In addition to an interesting promo, do not miss the excitement. The Sempit House Competition will take place during this FPI title. 18 participants, who already elected, will compete stand in the house measuring 2.5 meters X 2.5 meters for 5 days 4 nights.

No origin stands, there will be many challenges that color this competition as the process of elimination to get the winner. The winner of this Narrow House Competition will receive the prize of one unit of studio type apartment at Rp350 million at Tifolia Apartments Jakarta.

Later, the winner must also pay, but not merely with money, but at will. "Winners can pay with any item, just call it pet or other dolls," said Untung.

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