2020 PNG Real Estate Survey
Real estate enthusiasts had much to gain from Valentine's Day than the average night-for-two hotel package. PNG’s leading property portal, Hausples Limited, revealed the PNG Real Estate Survey 2020 last Friday, 14th of February, 2020 at the Lamana Hotel. With four years of data on hand, Hausples is able to update and single out consistency in the data, since the first survey edition in 2017. However, according to Mr. Snelling, anomalies are a given every now and then. So what the number one property portal does is to visit the blueprint of these anomalies, in order to determine a corresponding standard. Hausples proclaims that such occasions are strategic paths for real estate and related industry professionals to extend their market reach, as well as improve their list of genuine business partners. In retrospect, this survey is designed to benefit real estate agents, developers, builders and contractors.
2019 PNG Real Estate Survey
The results of the 2019 Real Estate Survey delivers key information about the property market from the perspective of the general public and analyses key factors such as rentals, sales, financial literacy and consumer feedback. This valuable report is the third annual survey of its kind, which means we can compare results against previous years to see the trends that are shaping PNG. The survey was distributed electronically to the Hausples.com.pg email database, its social network followers and visitors to the Real Estate Shows resulting in nearly 1,500 respondents over a two week period earlier this year.
2018 PNG Real Estate Survey
The 2018 edition of the survey provides more in-depth insights about the current state of the PNG real estate sector; such as demand in specific suburbs, market buying power, and an analysis of changes in trends since the 2017 survey. The 2018 questionnaire resulted in over 2,000 respondents over a three week period in February 2018.
2017 PNG Real Estate Survey
Hausples.com.pg is excited to share the results of the 2017 Real Estate Consumer Sentiment Survey. The survey sheds light on crucial information vital for property industry professionals such as governmental authorities, developers, investors, insurers, financial institutions, personal home hunters, and real estate agents. It was distributed over various digital and physical channels to over 2,000 respondents in both Papua New Guinea and globally; this is likely the most comprehensive real estate survey in PNG history.