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Xinan Jiaotong Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University ; 57(5):562-573, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2206245


The COVID-19 outbreak caused a slowdown in the Indonesian economy, as it did in many other impacted nations. Consequently, the housing market in Indonesia, along with other industries, deteriorated. Other post-pandemic issues displace the property industry's priorities in Indonesia. Determining a fair property price is a problem occurring because of the economic slowdown. Property sellers expected their property selling prices to be the same before the pandemic or even increase, but property agents hoped the properties would be selling fast, creating a sense of distrust between the seller and the property agents. This work aims to develop a machine learning-based prediction model for real estate agents to use in determining property prices, with the expectation that the resulting predictions will be more accurate and supported by the data, increasing seller and buyer confidence. Following the suggestion from previous studies, several supervised algorithms such as Linear Regression, Decision Tree, and Random Forest were used to develop the model. Training data were collected from five property agents in Surabaya and as well as web scraping from the online home sales portals. Findings from the study show that Random Forest performs best in predicting with the highest coefficient of determination and lowest error. Using evaluation measures such as Mean Absolute Percent Error (MAPE), the error was calculated to be 23%, which is acceptable for prediction. © 2022 Science Press. All rights reserved.