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Calculating the lease price

Discussion in 'Owning Property in Bali' started by spicyayam, Feb 13, 2018.

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  1. spicyayam

    spicyayam Well-Known Member

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    If a freehold property is for example valued at 5 billion rupiah.

    How would you put a price on a 5/10/20 year lease? Any ideas?
     
  2. sakumabali

    sakumabali Active Member

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    That's a very good but western approach, the lease/ freehold price has been in the old days 100 years (officially at least), but at least since 6-8 years it's far less (like 20-25 years). All interesting but noch not very informative. The truth is nobody knows. How much is the freehold land valued? How much the leasehold land? As much as Ketut is asking....
     
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    One idea is to consider a potential return on the land. For example, assume a return of 2% per annum (which for Bali I think is pretty low). Thus, the lease on a 5M property would be approximately 100 juta per year. So, for a 20 year lease this would be 2M… It’s possible to consider a lower return for shorter terms, since the natural appreciation in land values would lead to a higher price in subsequent leases. Also, a return of 2% is just an example, maybe it is lower or higher, depends on the market and needs of the lessor.
     
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