Invest in paradise
A summary of what we offer
Invest Islands has a specific type of license called a PMA (Foreign Investment Company), which allows us to trade land and property anywhere in Indonesia, for and on behalf of foreign investors. The PMA License is obtained through the BKPM (National Investment Coordinating Board of Indonesia).
Invest Islands also has a corporate infrastructure based in Hong Kong which allows investors to tap into the high returns of the Indonesian market with the added security of a Hong Kong regulated business model.
Lombok Island is now the fastest growing tourism destination in South-East Asia firstly due to the airport expansion which has seen arrivals jump from 17,000 to 2 million in just 5 years between 2012-2017. Secondly, as a result of the 3 billion USD government backed “Mandalika” tourism resort project which includes the development of 5-star hotels such as Paramount, Pullman, Club Med and Royal Tulip, with the Novotel already up and running. Furthermore, there is also a MotoGP race track being constructed on the island.
15-20% per annum
Competitive average ROI
artfully uniting extraordinary land with extraordinary design
Anyone can invest in land, but not everyone can offer you a chance to invest in something where you get to co-create the design blueprint of your own future property and land investment. Our design team, specialising in unique and innovative sustainable architecture solutions, will guide you every step of the way in the process of making your vision become a reality.
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“S&P lifts Indonesia sovereign rating to investment grade, cheering markets.”
“By 2030 Indonesia will overcome Germany and UK to become the World’s 5th most powerful economy.”
“All three upgraded Indonesia’s credit ratings due to resilient economic growth, low government debt and prudent fiscal management.”
“Indonesia’s economy is in a stronger position as it enters 2018. Foreign investment is picking up, inflation is subdued, more people are in jobs and a landmark infrastructure program is taking shape. Having notched up growth above 5 percent in every quarter so far this year, the economy is forecast by the government to expand 5.4 % in 2018.”
“The World Bank released the latest edition of its flagship publication Indonesia Economic Quarterly, in which it is positive about Indonesia’s economic outlook after seeing the nation’s real gross domestic product (GDP) growth picking up at 5.2 percent year-on-year (y/y) in the fourth quarter of 2017 (accelerating from 5.1 percent y/y in the previous quarter).”
“Indonesia has issued new regulations opening dozens of business sectors to foreign investors, a measure described by President Joko Widodo as a “Big Bang” liberalization of the economy.”
“Tourism SEZ (Special Economic Zone): Foreign investors queueing for Mandalika”
“Since 2015, investors can now own a landed property without a nominee if the value is over Rp 3 billion, or an apartment with a value over Rp 2 billion. The ‘nominee’ in Indonesia means that the buyer will need a trusted Indonesian partner who will have 100 percent rights to land and property below these values.”
“Since President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo took office in 2014, Indonesia has seen rapid growth in its tourism industry. In 2014, there were 9.4 million overseas visitors to Indonesia. By 2017, that number had exploded to over 14 million and continues to climb.”
“Another promising development lies in an island east of Bali and west of Sumbawa. Lombok has been steadily gaining traction over the past few years, so you begin to wonder: is now the time to invest in Lombok property?”
“The Indonesian tourism industry is a major economic driver and will continue to be fuelled by the surge of inbound tourists from China.”
“Indonesia and Singapore have the potential to become the twin engine of Asia`s economic power to boost the region`s economic growth, a cabinet minister has said.”
“The positive momentum generated from the recent IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings in Bali looks set to push Komodo and East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) on to the world stage for greater foreign investment.”
“State-owned seaport operator PT Pelindo III kicked off on Thursday the construction of the Gili Mas Terminal at Lembar Seaport, West Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara to facilitate the arrivals of large cruise ships that can carry up to 4,000 passengers.”
“Marina Del Ray Lombok Officially Opens for International Yacht”
“Wyndham Sundancer Resort Lombok has opened its doors, bringing a welcome tourism boost for Indonesia.”
“Property developer PT PP Properti is building a five-star plus rated hotel in the Mandalika special economic zone (SEZ) in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) with investment of Rp 1 trillion (US$69.59 million).”
“Foreign investment opportunities in Indonesian property sector continue to grow.”