Ardi WirdanaOct 06, 2017
The Indonesian government is set to propose a new provision in a land bill that will allow foreigners to own properties under the right-to-build category (HGB)....
Indonesia ExpatSep 28, 2017
While Bali has always been a popular holiday destination for Australian tourists, there now seems to be a growing appeal for luxury property investment. For many...
Kirstienne Ishia Marie ToledoJun 05, 2017
When it comes to investing in property in Indonesia, Bali is often the most common choice. That said, people are starting to look elsewhere for a more efficient...
Sharon HambaliJun 05, 2017
Retirement does not only mean the point where a person stops working. The meaning of the word ‘retirement’ may vary for each person. However, retirement is often...
Erin CookJun 05, 2017
Fears of an eventual bubble in Indonesia’s property markets may have failed to come to fruition in recent years, largely thanks to intervention from the central bank,...
Leighton CosseboomJun 05, 2017
Property is a unique game in Indonesia, one with many stakeholders and nuances. Because of this, it has been a breeding ground for bribery and corruption. It is no...
Oliviana HandayaniApr 03, 2017
PT Laut Biru Bali is eyeing foreign visitors and expats with an upcoming premium condominium-hotel for Legian Beach in Bali.
Oliviana HandayaniMar 29, 2017
A large number of expats in Cikarang’s industrial area drives luxury property developers to offer better and more comfortable housing to foreigners.
Oliviana HandayaniMar 21, 2017
Indonesia’s tax amnesty policy is helping foreign property developers attract more interest from locals looking to buy property overseas.
Oliviana HandayaniMar 16, 2017
The Jakarta Provincial Government predicts that the city’s MRT project will end up raising property taxes by up to 30 percent in the areas where the train will...
Oliviana HandayaniMar 13, 2017
The government has given foreigners permission to own homes, but only under certain provisions. Now, buyers must pay a new form of sales tax on top.
Sharon HambaliMar 10, 2017
Bandung sees steady rise in property prices due to the LRT project. Is this a sign that foreigners will now start to invest in Jakarta’s satellite city?