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Ubud / Pejeng - Land 10 are


Located just outside Ubud's main city center is Pejeng, accessible on a rather unbusy country road in about 7 minutes (from Ubud's postal office).

All roads going there are new and the Pejeng area already attracts the first hotels and villas (Natura Resort is along the way, Anatha Villa is locted in Pejeng) and multiple expats are direct neighbours to that piece of land.

On 10 Are, what are 1000 square meters you are free to build your dream villa, that by regulation can have a maximum of 2 storeys. Easy public access road, electricity and water.


Ubud Land 10 Are (1000 sqm) -->  SOLD






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Kintamani - Land 81 are


Kintamani Mountain Retreat

"270 Degrees Panorama Views Plus Ocean View"

86 Are in a small village 10km outside of Kintamani is one of the most stunning hill country retreats anywhere in Bali. Perfect mountain climate, low humidity, and you could reach the north shore in about 30 minutes rolling on a scooter downhill if you'ld wish to do so.


Kintamani Land 86 are (8600 sqm) : US$ 2250 per are ->   Click for Details

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Cliff Top Villa Property 28 are


Bali Tropical Hideaway

"180 Degrees Cliff Top Ocean Views"

Stunning property with A Million Dollar View located on the Bukit peninsula in southern Bali 35 min south of the airport. You see Dreamland beach to your right, and the cliffs of Padang-Padang to your left while sitting on your ocean front top cliff sundeck.

Beautiful garden with 2 houses plus 2 bungalows, and a swimming pool with ocean views. Over-contract of lease (land) as owner is leaving for Australia




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Indonesia cuts property transfer fee to 1% to boost investment

The government plan to cut the property transfer fee (BPHTB) to 1 percent in its fourth economic stimulus package, also slashing tax on real estate investment trustees (REITs) to almost zero. read more...

Invest in real estate, tax amnesty participants in Indonesia urged

Those granted amnesty under the Indonesian government's program of tax repatriation are being encouraged to pour their money back into real estate. Indonesia's tax amnesty program took effect last month with the promise of penalty fees as low as 2 to 4 percent for natives who have declared capital stashed overseas. read more...

Indonesia slashes property tax

Home sellers in Indonesia will face lower taxes from September, after a presidential regulation slashed the home sales tax by 50 percent in a bid to boost the country's property sector, reported Reuters. The regulation signed by President Joko Widodo on 8 August showed that the taxes payable by sellers of homes within the country will be slashed from five percent to 2.5 percent of the transaction price. read more...


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