Junghans Tasani is co-founder and CEO of Pashouses, Indonesia's trusted transaction platform for residential real estate.
Pashouses leverages proprietary data and technology to make the process of buying and selling houses to become more reliable, efficient, and trustworthy. Pashouses replaces painful and opaque processes with an end-to-end online experience that not only ensures an orderly transaction at a fair price, but also integrates solutions for everything else that a client may need ranging from mortgages to renovations and beyond.
Prior to Pashouses, Junghans founded MAN Real Estate, an investment advisory company focusing on foreign investment into Indonesian real estate. His focus areas include development, sourcing, due diligence, and asset management. Junghans also had previous work experiences at McKinsey & Company, General Atlantic, and Bank Mandiri Indonesia.
Junghans graduated with an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics & Management from University of Oxford.
Real Estate Transaction Opportunities in Indonesia
Issues such as data transparency, quality of houses, and fragmented brokerage can be converted into opportunities to jump-start the transactional marketplace in emerging markets. Particularly in Indonesia, where there is a demographic boom in first-time home buyers, this can further create a competitive advantage in financing.