IDENTIFIKASI FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI NILAI PROPERTI RESIDENSIAL BERDASARKAN PERSEPSI PENILAI PEMERINTAH
State asset management is conducted in a transparent and accountable manner. One notable requirement that has to be met is the value of the assets. Such value is estimated by a qualified government valuer based on certain valuation approaches. This process normally carries a degree of subjectivity. This research uses statistical procedures to identify property attributes that significantly affect residential property value based on the government valuers’ perception. For this purpose, a set of questionnaires was distributed to government valuers who are part of the Directorate General of State Assets Management (DGSAM). These questionnaires contained property attributes identified from the literatures and validated by several property valuers at the DGSAM and PKN STAN. There were 285 valuers who provided their responses in this research, which was slightly higher than the anticipated number of participants. Further analysis from these responses shows that non-structural property attributes, one that are not directly related to property physical attributes, are indicated to be more significant in affecting residential property value. This research however only involves DGSAM’s valuers and thus, is rather limited in nature. The results reported in this paper as such should be interpreted accordingly
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