Factor analysis of construction productivity and developer's sales at bekasi regency subsidized housing

Indra Yanastyapricena, Ayomi Dita Rarasati, Wisnu Isvara, Rahma Nur Ilma

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Based on the results of the 2016 national socioeconomic survey The Central Statistics Agency stated that as many as 5.9 million families in Indonesia do not have a home yet. While every year there was an increasing in housing needs due to the addition of new families around 820,000 housing units. The rapid urbanization in big cities and metropolitan areas also causes problems in the availability of residential land. Based on this, a study was carried out on strategies to increase the productivity of development and sale of subsidized housing developers in Bekasi Regency. The purpose of this study was to formulate the factors, impacts, causes and preventive strategies / policies as well as the correction of the causes of the factors affecting the productivity of the construction and sale of subsidized houses in Bekasi District. The research method uses the survey method by distributing questionnaires containing variables that affect the sale of subsidized housing. Data processing is performed using statistical test analysis. From the results of the analysis of statistical tests with correlation and SEM (Structural Equation Modeling) on the results of the tabulation of respondents' questionnaires, four variables were found to have very high effects on the productivity performance of subsidized housing developers.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages15
Specialist publicationTest Engineering and Management
Publication statusPublished - 20 Apr 2020


  • Bekasi regency
  • Building quality
  • Infrastructure facilities
  • Location
  • Selling
  • Strategic action


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