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Indonesia's housing sales increased in the second quarter of this year after relatively quiet activity in the first quarter. Real estate take-up could soon improve when condominium mortgage rates are reduced to a single digit, as the majority of sales transactions in the Indonesian housing market rely heavily on credit.