Bali property - real estate in Bali
The ‘island of the gods’ exudes an exotic charm and ambience that has seduced generations of expats. Whether it is the tropical sunny climate, captivating culture or low cost of living, almost everyone who visits yearns for their own piece of paradise. So far over 10,000 lucky expats have taken the plunge and are proud to call Bali home. The real estate market is a buoyant one and has consistently outperformed other areas of Indonesia and Southeast Asia in general.
Many people dream of owning a quintessential Balinese villa by the beach and there are literally hundreds of such developments which offer something for most budgets. In addition, there is a wealth of choice for new and resale apartments and condos located in the island’s most vibrant beach resorts. To get the most out of Bali’s unique culture and lifestyle, consider a family house or vacant plot of land in one of its sleepy rural villages where prices are still ridiculously cheap.
There is a great range of stylish resort style apartments available in the market for every conceivable budget including apartments that take away the stress of ownership...more
There is a wide choice of property agents throughout Bali offering complete listings of sales, rentals and property management services. Many are expat-run outfits specialising in condos...more
Whatever your lifestyle choices may be, the perfect dream home can be found in Bali. Take your pick from traditional village homes, cliff top villas and pre-fabricated wooden cabins...more
There are numerous modern condo resorts providing high end home comforts for long term expats at very attractive rents which are affordable for retiring people as well as professionals...more
Bali property guide - Balinese real estate for expats
Indonesian property law can be complex and bewildering and there are many restrictions in place for foreign buyers. However the rewards can be very lucrative and real estate values have risen sharply in recent years.
Many people buy into the Balinese lifestyle purely to produce a steady rental income from their property.
Bali is well developed and island life requires few compromises. There are plenty of international standard construction firms, designers and architects ready to turn that dream into a reality.
Leasehold offers the most stress free and quickest route to property ownership in Bali and can provide a tidy annual rental income. But the exotic island lifestyle can still be enjoyed without the hassle and expense of buying property outright. And outside the major beach resorts of the south, there is still an abundance of desirable and relatively cheap beachfront land
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