Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/19/2012 -- The Indonesia Real Estate report examines the Commercial Office, Retail and Industrial segments in the context of a consistently strong performing market which, in spite of efforts to improve the business environment and continued investor interest, is slowing.
With a focus on the three principal cities of Jakarta, Bandung and Bali, the report covers the rental market performance in terms of rates and yields over the past 18 months and examines how best to maximise returns in the commercial real estate market, while minimising investment risk and exploring the impact of international headwinds on a market which has historically proven itself to be resilient. The key potential growth areas driven by increasing activity on the part of international investors, favourable fundamentals and the potential of the archipelago's consumption driven economy are also explored alongside corporate growth strategies looking to both domestic and international channels for growth.
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As such there is considerable optimism in the Indonesian commercial property market. The last few years have seen impressive growth in the Indonesian real estate sector. Rents were hardly touched by the global financial crisis and have, in fact, generally increased over the past few years. Our latest data collection revealed - in line with global conditions in 2011 - reflects a more volatile year with regards to rents and yields, however the result on the year-on-year growth trend has been somewhat negligible as rents continue to soar across the majority of cities and commercial real estate sub-sectors. One substantial hindrance to both the industry and the economy as a whole is that Indonesia's physical infrastructure is substandard. The extent of future growth depends very much on the government's ability to push through bureaucratic reforms that will allow much-needed infrastructure investment, and the recent approval of the land acquisition bill is an important step in the right direction
- We have raised our end of period 2012 headline consumer price inflation forecast from 4.5% to 5.0% due to the effects of rising oil prices and an imminent reduction of government fuel subsidies.
- We have lowered our external trade forecasts for 2012 on the back of expectations of weakening external demand and dampened consumer confidence as a result of rising oil prices. We now expect real export growth to hit 7.3% versus a previous forecast of 8.5%, and import growth to total 8.5% instead of 9.5%.
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