• Investor and occupier activity in Indonesia traditionally weakens in the run-up to major Indonesian elections as participants move into wait-and-see mode, only resuming once a clear winner has emerged and the new government’s legislative programme takes shape.

 

  • Despite the short-term squeeze, Indonesia’s solid fundamentals point to an upbeat long-term outlook for the real estate market. Moreover, there still exist numerous pockets of activity and opportunity amid the current slowdown.

 

  • This ViewPoint by CBRE Research identifies the four key big picture trends shaping the Indonesian real estate market in 2018/2019 and details specific areas of growth and prospects within them.

 

  • These trends are major new infrastructure; an expanding middle class; the sharing economy and e-commerce growth.