Jakarta, Armfalcon.com – Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo has been officially nominated as a Presidential Candidate (Capres) in the 2024 Presidential Election.
As is well known, based on information in the 2021 State Administration Wealth Report (LHKPN), Ganjar pocketed wealth worth Rp. 11.7 billion, while the presidential candidate from the Coalition for Change for Unity (KPP) Anies Baswedan pocketed Rp. 10.9 billion.
Based on the comparison of assets between the two presidential candidates, Anies’s property assets are greater than Ganjar’s.
Anies is recorded as having property assets worth IDR 14.7 billion consisting of five pieces of land and one building located in Jakarta, Sleman and Ponorogo.
Meanwhile, Ganjar’s total property assets are valued at Rp 2.6 billion and are spread across Bogor, Purbalingga and Sleman.
Even though his value is smaller than Anies, Ganjar actually owns more property assets than Anies.
Are property assets an investment?
Property assets can of course be investment assets or usable assets, it all depends on how the owner uses them.
If the asset is an investment, of course the more the amount, the better because the value of property assets which tends to increase over time will increase the value of the owner’s wealth.
As an investment instrument, property assets can generate profits in the form of capital gains or price increases. However, when it is rented out, there will be income benefits (cash) that can be obtained.
However, always remember that there is no investment that is without risk.
The more property assets you have, the greater your expenses will be to maintain these assets and pay taxes.
Property assets are also often referred to as instruments that are less liquid because they take a long time to be sold and transferred.