Properties available for sale or rent in Amed range from traditional Balinese villas to modern apartments and houses. It also has beachfront properties and those with rice field and ocean views.
Yes, foreigners can own property in Amed through a mechanism known as a “nominee” or “proxy” arrangement, where a local Indonesian citizen is listed as the official owner of the property, while the foreign buyer holds the right to use and control it. It is recommended to seek the assistance of a local lawyer to ensure the legality of the arrangement.
The cost of properties in Amed varies depending on location, size, and type of property. Beachfront properties tend to be more expensive compared to those inland. Amed is considered to be a more affordable area compared to other areas in Bali.