Lease Land and Property in Indonesia with us.


Property is an attractive productive asset for lease. Especially with properties that have prospects in business and residence.

For those who have no plans to buy a property for some reason, then leasing a property in Indonesia is also one of the options that can be chosen. For foreigners who plan to live in Indonesia or plan to invest, leasing property is one of the common ways for foreigners to have the right to use land and buildings. Lease rights can be owned by Indonesian individuals and business entities. The lease term is generally around 25 years or according to the agreement and there is usually an option to extend the lease, which will be specified in the agreement. 

However, it often happens that foreigners who lease a property do not know what essential points should be included in the lease agreement in accordance with applicable regulations in Indonesia. For example, regarding the rights and obligations of the parties, payment of tax on the lease and its reporting, costs incurred related to the issuance of the lease agreement, documents from the owner that must be shown before conducting a lease agreement, and other matters. 

Therefore, we are here to assist them. For us, the process of leasing land and property in Indonesia generally starts from checking the condition of the land and property first, due diligence process on the land, negotiation with the landowner, before finally drafting the lease agreement. With our experience and expertise in land and property, we are able to assist clients to start their investment in Indonesia and ensure that their investment is secure for years to come; and to ensure that the lease agreement is in line with the desired purpose for the land. We always strive to serve our clients well and smoothly.


The information provided here is based on our long experience. The process or requirement may vary depending on the specific facts and conditions. Besides, the law and regulations in Indonesia subject to frequent changes. Please contact us as your consultant to get an up to date information and accurate advice. More Information click here and You can also follow our social media accounts to see the latest information posts. please click on the following links: Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, and Twitter.

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Land property leasing in Indonesia involves renting land from the owner for a specified period, usually through a lease agreement. Lessees pay periodic rent to the lessor in exchange for the right to use the land for various purposes.

Both individuals and legal entities, such as companies, can lease land property in Indonesia. Typical lease terms include the duration of the lease, rent amount, payment schedule, renewal options, and any specific conditions agreed upon by the parties involved.

Various types of land property can be leased in Indonesia, including residential land, commercial land, agricultural land, industrial land, and vacant land for development projects.

The legal requirements and procedures for leasing land property in Indonesia may vary depending on local regulations and the type of land. Generally, they involve drafting a lease agreement, registering the lease with the land office, and adhering to relevant laws and regulations.

The lessor (landowner) is responsible for maintaining ownership of the land, while the lessee (tenant) has the right to use the land according to the terms of the lease agreement. Both parties have obligations regarding rent payment, property maintenance, and compliance with lease terms.

The rent amount for leasing land property in Indonesia is typically negotiated between the lessor and lessee and may be influenced by factors such as the location, size, and condition of the land, as well as market demand and rental trends.

Yes, there may be taxes and fees associated with leasing land property in Indonesia, including land tax (Pajak Bumi dan Bangunan - PBB), registration fees, and stamp duty. It's essential to understand and budget for these costs when entering into a lease agreement.

Yes, the lease agreement can typically be renewed or terminated early in Indonesia, subject to the terms and conditions specified in the agreement. Renewal options, termination clauses, and notice periods should be clearly outlined in the lease agreement to avoid misunderstandings.