LAND FOR SALE IN BALI

We have an extensive inventory of Bali land for sale, presenting an ideal chance to own a piece of paradise. Land values have been skyrocketing over the past couple years, and investors have been reaping the rewards.

It’s essential to understand the distinction between Freehold and Leasehold land. Freehold properties are almost exclusively limited to Indonesian citizens, and grant complete ownership rights and indefinite ownership duration. Leasehold land offers a lease agreement for a specified period, usually a few decades, and allows you to enjoy the benefits of ownership, including the ability to develop or modify the property, rent the property, or live in the property long term. Leasehold is the main option for foreigners.

Whether you seek to build your dream villa, or develop a thriving business, Bali’s land market has boundless potential. Browse our listings below and contact us for exclusive assistance.

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BALI LAND SALE FAQs

WHAT TYPES OF LAND OWNERSHIP ARE AVAILABLE IN BALI?

Bali offers two main types of land ownership: Freehold and Leasehold. Freehold land provides complete ownership rights and is ideal for long-term investments, but is nearly exclusively only available to Indonesian citizens. Leasehold land, on the other hand, involves leasing the land for a specific period, often ranging from 25 to 99 years, and can be owned by anyone including foreigners.

CAN FOREIGNERS BUY LAND IN BALI?

Yes, foreigners can purchase property in Bali through Leasehold ownership. Freehold ownership, however, is generally restricted to Indonesian citizens, except for certain designated areas where foreign ownership is permitted.

DO YOU HAVE TO LIVE IN BALI TO OWN LAND?

To own Leasehold land you do not have to be in Bali; many of our investors are absentee and overseas.

HOW IS LAND VALUATION DETERMINED IN BALI?

Land valuation in Bali is influenced by factors such as location, proximity to amenities, size, topography, zoning, and potential for development. Engaging a professional appraiser is crucial to obtain an accurate assessment of the land's value.

WHAT IS LAND ZONING, AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

Land zoning refers to the categorization of land for specific purposes, such as residential, commercial, agricultural, or tourism. Understanding land zoning is essential as it dictates the type of development allowed on the property and helps assess its potential for future growth and investment opportunities.

ARE THERE ANY RESTRICTIONS ON LAND USAGE IN BALI?

Yes, Bali has specific regulations governing land usage. It is important to familiarize yourself with local laws and regulations to ensure compliance and avoid potential issues. Consulting with a reputable real estate agency or legal expert can provide valuable guidance.

CAN I OBTAIN A BUILDING PERMIT FOR MY LAND?

Yes, obtaining a building permit (IMB) is necessary before commencing any construction in Bali. The process involves submitting necessary documents and plans to the local authorities, adhering to building regulations and guidelines.

ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH PURCHASING LAND IN BALI?

Yes, apart from the purchase price, there are additional costs involved, including taxes, notary fees, legal fees, and potentially agency fees. It is advisable to factor in these costs when budgeting for your land investment.

ARE THERE FINANCING OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR LAND PURCHASE IN BALI?

While financing options for land purchases by foreigners are limited in Bali, some local banks may offer loans to Indonesian citizens. Exploring alternative financing options or partnering with local investors might be viable alternatives for foreign investors.

HOW CAN I ENSURE THE LEGALITY FOR THE LAND I AM PURCHASING?

To ensure the legality of the land, it is essential to conduct thorough due diligence. Engage a reputable real estate agency or legal professional to verify land ownership, survey the property, review relevant permits and licenses, and conduct a comprehensive background check.

WHAT ARE THE POTENTIAL RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH INVESTING IN LAND IN BALI?

As with any investment, there are inherent risks involved. These may include fluctuating property values, changes in government regulations, disputes over land ownership, and natural disasters. It is prudent to seek professional advice and thoroughly evaluate the risks before making any investment decisions.

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