Why Invest in Property in Indonesia
Property in and around Bali is increasing in value exponentially compared to other places we've researched property (Canada, USA, Spain, Malaysia, Thailand).
However, Bali island itself according to most everyone I talked to and all investment publications, has topped out in the South and SouthWest area of the Island. There is still potential for land investment in the Northern area as well as reasonable housing development throughout Bali island.
As you move Eastward from Bali Island, towards Lombok, the Gili islands, Sumbawa and Sumba, land prices reduce with distance generally speaking.
Appreciation of property is fastest on Bali Island with appreciation ranging from 25-150% per year. As you move away from Bali Island appreciation time frame increases. Rough examples are 100% in 2-3 years on Lombok and Gili Islands, 100% in 3-5 years on Sumbawa and Sumba.
We are mainly concentrating on "raw land" type of property which can be either developed (personal home or resort development) or a "land Banking" type investment which means purchasing a property and basically doing nothing with it for two to several years and resell the property as is or with minor service infrastructure installed.
We can provide our services for the purchase of an established home or resort property also.
Indonesia’s economy is on the rise and thus seeing the country take its rightful position as a major destination for foreign direct investment (FDI). Having previously been overlooked in favour of other countries in Asia such as India and China; Indonesia is now hard to ignore. The country is unique in many ways as the biggest archipelago in the world, the largest Muslim majority country, the world’s third largest (albeit young) democracy and a leading exporter of numerous high value commodities such as palm oil and thermal coal. Its distinct characteristics are now coupled with political stability, self reliance and robust economic growth which saw the country largely shielded from the global economic crisis. Indonesia now finds itself at a key point in its transition from that of a low income to middle income economy and from a primary producer to a value added exporter as well as knowledge based economy
Housing Index in Indonesia increased to 194.37 Index Points in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 193.83 Index Points in the third quarter of 2016. Housing Index in Indonesia averaged 152.18 Index Points from 2006 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 194.37 Index Points in the fourth quarter of 2016 and a record low of 124.70 Index Points in the first quarter of 2007.