BALI FREEHOLD LAND FOR SALE

BALI FREEHOLD LAND
FOR SALE

Freehold land, also referred to as Hak Milik, grants the owner full rights and control over the property indefinitely. While foreign individuals and entities may acquire Freehold land under certain circumstances, the Indonesian government primarily reserves this privilege for its citizens, as it serves to protect the country’s heritage, cultural identity, and ensures sustainable development.

For foreigners to invest, Leasehold properties serve as the solution. Leasehold arrangements allow foreigners to secure similar ownership rights to a property per a long-term lease contract on the property, typically for several decades.

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FREEHOLD LAND FAQs

WHO CAN OWN FREEHOLD LAND IN BALI?

Freehold land, known as Hak Milik, is primarily available for Indonesian citizens. Foreign individuals and entities can acquire Freehold land under certain circumstances, such as by establishing a local company (PMA) or through leasehold arrangements.

WHAT ARE THE AVERAGE COSTS PER ARE (100 SQUARE METERS) FOR FREEHOLD LAND IN BALI?

The cost of Freehold land in Bali varies depending on various factors, including location, proximity to amenities, views, and infrastructure development. On average, prices can range from IDR 500 million to several billion Indonesian Rupiah per Are.

IS THERE FUTURE SPECULATION POTENTIAL FOR FREEHOLD LAND IN BALI?

Bali's real estate market has shown steady growth over the years, with a positive outlook for the future. However, it's important to conduct thorough research and consult with experts to assess the potential for future speculation based on specific locations and market trends. Our expert team is happy to provide you with insights on what's trending today.

WHAT ARE THE CAPABILITIES TO BUILD ON FREEHOLD LAND IN BALI?

Freehold land ownership grants you the freedom to build various types of properties, including residential villas, commercial establishments, resorts, and more. However, it is essential to comply with local zoning regulations, building permits, and environmental considerations.

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS OR TAXES ASSOCIATED WITH OWNING FREEHOLD LAND IN BALI?

Building height and design restrictions may vary depending on the location and specific zoning regulations. It is crucial to consult with local authorities and engage professional architects or builders to ensure compliance with applicable guidelines.

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS OR TAXES ASSOCIATED WITH OWNING FREEHOLD LAND IN BALI?

As a landowner, you may be responsible for various costs and taxes, such as property taxes (PBB), land and building acquisition fees, notary fees, and legal fees. It is advisable to consult with legal experts or professionals familiar with Indonesian property laws to understand the complete cost structure. Our staff can assist with all of these items.

CAN FREEHOLD LAND BE INHERITED OR TRANSFERRED TO NON-INDONESIANS?

Under current regulations, Freehold land in Bali cannot be directly inherited or transferred to non-Indonesian individuals. However, there are alternative legal structures, such as leasehold arrangements or establishing local companies, that can facilitate land ownership for foreigners.

ARE THERE ANY RESTRICTIONS ON LAND USE OR DEVELOPMENT?

Certain areas in Bali may have specific land use restrictions or protected zones to preserve natural resources, cultural heritage, or ecological balance. It is crucial to research and understand these regulations before purchasing Freehold land and engaging in development activities.

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