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Approximately 7.6 million Indonesian Society not Have an Occupancy

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Approximately 7.6 million Indonesian Society not Have an Occupancy

The challenges of public housing construction is still quite large. Among other statistical data in 2018 showing that the gap between the need to provide them with houses still amounted to 13.5 million units in terms of ownership. Released from Okezone.com, about 7.6 million people had no home and still found 3.4 million housing units were uninhabitable. In addition, the government must immediately address the slum area of ​​38 thousand hectares.

However, the current program Housing Finance Liquidity Facility (FLPP) with funds amounting to Rp5.1 trillion has been able to facilitate as much as 76 thousand housing units as of July 2019. “This far exceeded the achievements in 2018. Moreover, the government has lowered lending rates to 5 percent flat all-time installment of 15 -20 years, “said Director General of the Ministry of Public Works Financing Housing and Public Housing Maurin Sitorus in a statement on Saturday (08/22/2015).

Nevertheless, Maurin optimistic Million Houses program that became one of the mainstays of President Joko Widodo-Vice President Jusuf Kalla can be achieved and overcome the backlog program or housing shortages in various regions in the country. “The government is optimistic that the housing 2019 can be achieved. Where 600 thousand units for low-income people (MBR) and the rest for commercial, “he said.

One Million Houses Programme should be Accelerated

The need for residential buildings seems not only experienced by the people of the low income community group (MBR). The reason, the Advisory Board of Housing Savings (Bapertarum) states there are 1.5 million civil servants (PNS), which still has no home. Therefore, the government asked to expedite the program of one million homes. “If we look at the statistics of 4.3 million civil servants, which according to our information from other sources BKN and 1.5 million not yet have a home,” said Edy, in the Ministry PUPR, Jakarta, Friday (21/08/2015).

According to him, this is done in order to improve service to civil servants, in particular helping home ownership for civil servants. Edy added, and of these most are dominated by group III PNS. “Group III at most about 50 percent, 5-10 percent for class I, class II, it was 20 percent and Group IV, Group IV that approximately 20 percent,” he said.

The high backlog of housing units this will be a great opportunity for developers to start developing a simple construction of housing units for middle-share target. If you are looking for cheap housing as a dwelling unit, Rumah.com through New Housing segment provides a wide choice of locations throughout Indonesia. Some examples of housing at a price below 200 million rupiah, among others Triraksa Village 2 located in Tangerang, Citralake Sawangan in Depok, West Java, Bumi Asri Citereup in Bogor, Setu Griya Permai in Bekasi, and Graha Kencana in Batujajar West Bandung.

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