Residential property prices in Indonesia increased by 1.94 percent year-on-year in Q3 of 2022, after a downwardly revised 1.66 percent growth in the previous period, reflecting rises in cost of building materials. Property prices accelerated for all categories: small (1.96% vs 1.58% in Q2), medium (2.92% vs 2.36%), and large houses (1.48% vs 1.35%). Among cities, prices grew the most in Jogjakarta (4.51%), Pontianak (3.12%), Medan (3.02%), Surabaya (2.18%), and Bandung (1.89%). source: Bank Indonesia

Housing Index in Indonesia averaged 159.41 points from 2002 until 2022, reaching an all time high of 219.82 points in the third quarter of 2022 and a record low of 100.00 points in the first quarter of 2002. This page provides - Indonesia Housing Index- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. Indonesia Residential Property Price Index - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on November of 2022.

Housing Index in Indonesia is expected to be 218.00 points by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Indonesia Residential Property Price Index is projected to trend around 219.00 points in 2023, according to our econometric models.

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Indonesia Residential Property Price Index



Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2022-08-16 04:15 AM Q2 1.72% 1.77%
2022-11-14 03:45 AM Q3 1.94% 1.66%


Related Last Previous Unit Reference
Housing Index 219.82 219.47 points Sep 2022

Indonesia Residential Property Price Index
In Indonesia, housing index refers to the Residential Property Price Index that measures house prices in 16 cities, including small, medium and large houses.
Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
219.82 219.47 219.82 100.00 2002 - 2022 points Quarterly
NSA, 2002=100

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Indonesia Q3 Residential Property Prices Rise 1.94% YoY
Residential property prices in Indonesia increased by 1.94 percent year-on-year in Q3 of 2022, after a downwardly revised 1.66 percent growth in the previous period, reflecting rises in cost of building materials. Property prices accelerated for all categories: small (1.96% vs 1.58% in Q2), medium (2.92% vs 2.36%), and large houses (1.48% vs 1.35%). Among cities, prices grew the most in Pekan Baru (4.55%), followed by Jogjakarta (4.51%), Pontianak (3.12%), Medan (3.02%), Surabaya (2.18%), and Bandung (1.89%). In Q4, residential property prices are expected to grow at a softer pace, due to rising borrowing costs, high down payment, and tax issues.
2022-11-14
Indonesia Q2 House Prices Rise Slightly Softer
Residential property prices in Indonesia increased by 1.72 percent in the second quarter of 2022, after a 1.77 percent growth in the previous period. The slowdown was mainly due to a softer rise in prices of small houses (1.55 percent vs 2.01 percent). Meanwhile, prices accelerated for both medium houses (2.37 percent vs 2.18 percent in Q1) and big houses (1.23 percent vs 1.11 percent). Among cities, prices grew the most in Surabaya (1.87 percent), followed by Bandar Lampung, (1.40 percent) and Makassar (1.55 percent). For the third quarter, residential property prices are expected to rise 1.53 percent from a year earlier.
2022-08-16
Indonesia Q1 House Prices Rise at Faster Pace
Residential property prices in Indonesia increased by 1.77 percent in the first quarter of 2022, following a 1.47 percent gain in the previous period, amid a faster rise in prices of all categories as the economy recovered further from coronavirus disruptions: small houses (2.37 percent vs 1.99 percent), medium houses (2.22 percent vs 1.48 percent in Q4) and big houses (1.01 percent vs 0.93 percent). Among cities, prices grew the most in Manado (5.66 percent), followed by Pontianak (5.01 percent) and Yogyakarta (4.01 percent). For the second quarter, the residential property prices are expected to rise 1.16 percent from a year earlier.
2022-05-18