Lippo’s Meikarta secures 32,000 fixed buyers
The Jakarta Post
Indonesian business giant Lippo Group has secured approximately 32,000 fixed buyers for apartments located in Meikarta, its latest and biggest township project in Bekasi, West Java.
The 32,000 buyers have been granted mortgages by banks. Some 130,000 people paid booking fees, Lippo Group CEO James Riady said in Jakarta on Monday.
“The rest are currently undergoing ‘the closing phase’ to finalize their purchases,” he said on the sidelines of the 2017 BTN Golden Property Awards, adding that many of the buyers came from areas outside Greater Jakarta.
“We hope all apartment purchases can be sealed within the next two months.”
Lippo Group has allocated Rp 278 trillion (US$21.11 billion) for the project.
Meikarta president director Ketut Budi Wijaya said in August that the first phase of the township development was slated to be completed within five years. (ags)
- Metro TV fires reporter connected to Setya
- Japan proposes to build new tracks for Jakarta-Surabaya railway: Minister
- Online exhibit shows hidden depths of Picasso's 'Guernica'
- End nears for Mugabe as ruling party turns against him
- Tourism Ministry to focus on developing four New Balis next year
- Commentary: Stop making jokes about Setya. It's not funny anymore.
- Macron's popularity recovers as French see him keeping promises
- Germany in political crisis as coalition talks collapse
- Boxer knocks out rival in 11 seconds
- UK aims for driverless cars by 2021