DIGIPRO is your best Partner in buying and selling property in Indonesia.
We assist and help you in looking for property investment in Indonesia; either for personal use or business.
We have several great properties in great location, such as land, landed houses, ex factories, office tower, condotel, villa, apartment, gas station, etc
We are also welcome any quiries for your property needs; we will find it immediately.
Our company name is SBI PROPERTY GROUP, Awarded by Indonesian Government as “The Best Choice In Property Agent 2013”; managed by Indonesian Property Expert: Johanes Lim, Ph.D, CPC, CHt as the Group CEO.
Well known and respected, Dr.Johanes Lim has been providing real estate consultancy services to Buyers, Sellers, Investors, local and international Clientele.
Perhaps you are seeking investment property. You may want to buy or sell commercial land, buildings or businesses, or may wish to own, lease or rent quality space. We can help.
If you are a property investor seeking a substantial ROI, we have the knowledge and expertise to help you.
DIGIPRO has a vast database of Buyers and Sellers. We work closely with the best property developers in the area and can offer you exclusive first chance at some of the best units at the best prices. If you are interested in buy to let or just as a property investment, contact us for some great “off the plan deals”.
DIGIPRO has partnerships with selected developers and we are proud to act as agents for their high quality developments
Let us fulfil any kind of your property needs
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HOW FOREIGNERS PURCHASE PROPERTY IN INDONESIA
Regulation No. 13 of 2016 of the BPN has expanded the rights of foreigners to own homes in Indonesia. The regulation states that expats may purchase homes in the country provided that the property reaches a certain minimum price level. For instance, you may only purchase houses (Rp.10 billion) or apartments (Rp.5 billion) or above, in Jakarta. Other districts will have various price pegs. It’s important to note that you will in effect own the structure that sites on the land, but not the actual land itself.
Aside from price levels, there are other requirements for purchasing a house or apartment in the country. The foreigner and his or her family must have residency status. Secondly, the property should be purchased from the government or a developer.
Certified land ownership transactions are governed under the Basic Agrarian Law No. 5 Year 1960 through the National Land Agency (BPN). Under this law, foreigners are only allowed the following property rights:
Sertifikat Hak Guna Bangunan (SHGB) – Right to Build
The SHGB is a document that establishes the right of the certificate holder to build structures on the land for up to 30 years. At the end of the term, it can be renewed for another 20 years. The SHGB should only actually be owned by Indonesian citizens and legal entities recognized by Indonesian law. If you are a foreigner and are looking to establish a company in the country, the SHGB could be an option for you. Just make sure your company is registered legally in the archipelago.
Through a ‘Penanaman Model Asing’ (PMA) Company – PMA is a status of doing business in Indonesia. A PMA company has 30 years to operate after formation and it can be extended by a further 30 years; then a further 30 additional years if it expands its company enough to require additional financial investment. This company can be owned fully by a foreigner.
The Right to Build (Hak Guna Bangunan – HGB) is available to PMA companies. The right to build or construct on land is valid for 30 years, which can be extended for an additional 20 years, and then for a further 30 years thereafter.
BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT IN INDONESIA
Settling and/or starting a business in Indonesia can be a hazardous undertaking for Foreigners, in particular to Newcomers in Indonesia who lack profound experience with the country and do not have useful contacts or a network to rely on. Indonesia is not the world’s most business-friendly country and it contains specific cultural dynamics which -to an outsider- can make matters complicated.
Indonesia can -in many ways- be regarded as a different world compared to Western world perspectives. The country contains specific cultural dynamics that can be difficult to understand or interpret for an outsider. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you take effort to indulge yourself in this new culture which contains different customs, habits, norms and values than in Western countries.
Indonesia’s diversity of people and belief systems results in a fascinating conglomerate culture in one of the largest and most important countries in the world. Culture affects people and, therefore, business must be approached differently in Indonesia than in most Western countries. Cultural background, education, and upbringing make a difference on how managers approach work.
We try to help you that seek to invest and or doing business in Indonesia by providing information, arrangements, and business establishment services, from A to Z; as multiple competencies companies and agencies, we’d make a valuable contribution to you as Foreign Investors.
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