Real Estate

What Does SLF Certificate Mean for Your Building in Indonesia?

When it comes to property ownership and the management in Indonesia, there's an important certificate called the SLF (Sertifikat Laik Fungsi). In this article, we'll break down what an SLF building is, why having this certificate matters, and how you can get one. What is an SLF Building? An SLF building, or Sertifikat Laik Fungsi, is a certificate given by the local government in Indonesia. This...

The Price of Buying a Villa in Bali as Foreigners

Bali has become a hot spot for foreigners looking to buy their own piece of paradise. If you're considering investing in a villa in Bali, it's essential to understand the costs involved. In this article, we'll break down the factors affecting the prices of a villa and explore different types of villas available.  Also discuss how location influences costs and examine the expenses associated...

Leasehold Title for Safe Investment in Bali Property Business

For foreigners in Bali, leasehold is often the preferred choice for investing in property. As an alternative to full ownership or freehold title, which is still restricted by regulations, leasehold is considered more advantageous for foreigners than ownership through nominee arrangements, which often lead to legal issues in the future. Is leasehold really the best option? Leasehold Title as Secure...

South Jakarta Residents Challenge the Building Permit of Indian Embassy

Residents in East Kuningan, South Jakarta, challenge the planned construction of a new Indian embassy. They allege the project was approved without their approval. Lawyer David Tobing, representing the residents who live near the embassy, says over 20 of them strongly oppose the project and have filed a lawsuit to revoke the building permit. Violation of Law The problem seems to be the legality...

Bali Bliss: Unveiling the Real Estate Dream in the Island of Gods

Real estate investments in Bali always starts with a dream. The dream comes in many different ways and different values. I remember back about 20 years ago the dream was to just be and have a part of paradise. It was a place to detach from hectic life back home, and at the same time attach to something different and something strong, the Balinese people and their culture. The Island of the Gods....

Property Management in Bali: Streamline Operations and Maximize Returns

Owning a rental property can be a rewarding investment, offering a steady income stream and the potential for long-term wealth creation. However, managing a rental property can be a time-consuming and complex endeavor. This is where third-party professional property management companies come in.  Scope of Property Management in Business Bali's charm as a global destination continues to rise,...

How to Apply Rights to Use Title for Your Land in Indonesia

Land and building ownership status for foreigners or foreign legal entities in Indonesia is limited to rights to use (Hak Pakai) and leasehold for a certain period of time, ownership rights for flats and apartments. Foreigners or foreign legal entities are not allowed to have property with freehold title (Hak Milik in Bahasa Indonesia), HGU (Hak Guna Usaha or Right to Cultivate) and HGB (Hak Guna...

5 Reasons Bali Is Prime Destination for Property Investment

Bali, the Island of the Gods, is synonymous with breathtaking landscapes with vibrant culture, and an undeniable charm. But beyond its beauty, there’s also a potential property market, making it a prime destination for investors seeking business opportunity. Let's find out the compelling reasons why Bali should be at the top of your real estate investment list.   1. Diverse portfolio for...

Indonesia Property Business in 2024: A Promising Outlook

Indonesia's property market is filled with optimism in 2024. This positive outlook is fueled by some factors, including steady economic growth, increasing purchasing power, and supportive government policies. Let's dig in into the key drivers shaping this encouraging trend for the property and real estate sector.   Opportunities for Indonesia Property Business  Indonesia's economy...

Owning Property for Foreigners: Why PT PMA is Your Best Bet

For foreign investors looking to own property in Indonesia, understanding the legal side of things can feel overwhelming, but a PT PMA can help simplify it. This article explores the advantages of establishing a PT PMA (Perseroan Terbatas Penanaman Modal Asing), a limited liability company with foreign direct investment, to discover the benefits of property ownership in Indonesia. PT PMA as Legal...

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