There has been tremendous disruptive change in the Indonesian Property Sector over the last 5 years. Despite the low-average economic growth, there has been a spurt of activity in numerous project offerings. In parallel, the Indonesian government is starting to invest significantly in much-needed infrastructure and this bodes well for the supporting Property sector.
Demographic shifts are also likely to greatly impact the property sector going forward. Rapid urbanization, cluster living, an expanding middle class and the rise of new industries will shape the property over the next decade and contribute to an immense growth spurt. These trends, coupled with technology, will position Indonesia as a major hub for innovation and new ideas concerning the property sector.
This is the most exciting time to be involved in the Indonesian real estate and property sector.
However, in the next 10 years, the Property opportunity will evolve and change beyond recognition. The question is will your business still be viable? There is a real danger of misreading the intricate aspects of these changes, trends and opportunities which increases the chances of making uni-directional decisions that can seriously affect your business, it’s need for capital, cash flow and profitability.
The Indonesia Property Forum (IPF) is a platform for thought leaders in this sector to better appreciate the impact of trends and opportunities. Being a part of IPF will pave the way for your company to play a leadership role in the new paradigm of the Indonesian Property sector and stay profitable.
Global Property Investment Trends
(CBRE Asia Pacific Investor Intentions Survey 2016 )
•20% of cross border investors indicated interest in investing in SEA countries.
•61% of respondents intend to Invest in alternative sectors.
•26% of retailers surveyed identified South East Asia countries as target markets.
•48% of retailers targeting South East Asia come from Europe, North America and Asia Pacific.
IPF 2017 Themes & Topics
Macro economy: trends, interlinkages
Offices: new work styles, new locations
Homes: new living lifestyles, new expectations
Retail: changing technology, approaches
Industrial: transformation of the supply chain
Hotels: new experiences, new platforms
Verticals: retirement, wellness
Capital: alternatives, new money