Jakarta, Indonesia (PRWEB) December 13, 2011
Cement sales in Indonesia are in an all-time high due to the huge volume of infrastructure and real estate projects. According to the Indonesian Cement Association, cement sales this year could exceed previous forecasts. Domestic sales rose by 10% as opposed to the projected sales of 6%. This rise was largely because of the increase in infrastructure construction in the country, a government measure which local publications like the popular Rumah Magazine, Majalah Properti and Laporan Rumah Dijual are attributing for the sudden surge in housing demand, something in which the sudden popularity of property portals are in response to.
“The cements prices have proven that the government has invested a lot in infrastructure projects,” said Handy Chang of Rumah123.com, Indonesia’s number 1 and most established Property Portal. “These projects have done a lot for the country’s economy. The improvement of the economy has led to the increase of housing demand. Rumah123.com has recognized this demand and that is what we are addressing right now. Our goal is to help people find the house of their dreams. Not only that, we have special features tailor made for the savvy real estate investor as well.”
Those who want to purchase real property can visit Rumah123.com. Its listings are updated and individually moderated. Rumah123.com has the highest level of visitor engagement amongst all property portals, with each user browsing over 16 pages per visit and spending over 17 minutes on the site per visit. The Group has more than 400,000 registered members and investors across Asia and the rest of the world.
Studies have shown Rumah123.com has the highest level of visitor engagement amongst all Indonesian real estate portals, with each user browsing over 16 pages per visit and spending over 17 minutes on the site per visit. The Group has more than 400,000 registered members or investors across Asia. They specialize in exclusive deals in the Jakara, Bandung and Bali area where no other real estate publication has covered.
The government of Indonesia aims to belong to the top twelve largest economies by 2025. In 2010, the country ranked 17th. With the number of real estate developments going on in the country, this goal is not too far off in terms of achieving this grandiose dream. Rumah123 aims to be one of the key catalysts in getting them there.
Rumah123 Indonesia is a part of iProperty Group Ltd – the number 1 online property Group in Asia. It has leading property websites in Malaysia, Singapore, India, Indonesia, Philippines and Hong Kong. It is a part of the Australian Securities Exchange-listed IPGA Limited. It made history in 2009 when it won the prestigious CNBC Asia Pacific Property Award in the “Best Property Portal” category for six of its websites – Malaysia, Singapore, India, Hong Kong, Philippines and iLuxuryAsia.com.
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