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Premium Content / December 4, 2014

The reality about buying property in Bali

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Bali is awash with investment “villas” and is the destination of choice for planeloads of grey nomads from Australia and other countries. And while the environment is benign and the locals are friendly, the apparently seductive investment benefits from villas on freehold or long lease arrangements require very careful review and due diligence.
The reality is that Bali presents complex property investment potentials in which there are serious downside risks. Any aspiring investor should factor these into their long-term financial planning. If you’re thinking of buying real estate in Bali, don’t sign anything until you’ve read this comprehensive article – you’ll be glad you did.

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About Rodney Jensen

Dr Rodney Jensen PhD is Director of Rodney Jensen and Associates Pty Ltd, a firm which has provided urban design, planning and property services over the past four decades. He is a Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) and recipient of numerous PIA Awards for his work in the media.