Land banking: Solution for agrarian reform
Harizul Akbar Nazwar
Property valuer and analyst at Amin, Nirwan, Alfiantori and Partners Valuation Firm
PREMIUM The backlog of public housing in Indonesia is relatively high. According to the Ministry of Public Works and Housing, the housing backlog in Indonesia is as much as 13.5 million units. This figure indicates that 13.5 million families do not have a place to live and/or permanent housing. Even the latest data from stateowned housing developer Perumnas showed housing needs increase each year by ab...
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