Bali Property Exchange Offers Helpful Tips For Better Real Estate Management

Many of us who have invested in the real estate market in Balibecause the potential for the return on our investment seemed very promising. The projections were astronomical, the investment was reasonably affordable and the forecast for growth based on the increased number of tourist arrivals and the “World’s Best Holiday Destination”award from Trip Advisor indicated that our returns would continue to grow.
Well, what happened? Over the past few months I have had several conversations with property owners here who have struggled to get a clear understanding of why pointing upwards. In my opinion, the answer is not simple, but many signs point their returns seemed to have dropped in 2017, while tourism numbers are all you for 6 months or a year and then turn it into their own business, renting towards an enormous increase of carpetbaggers who will rent your property from rooms or the entire villa out to paying guests by way of the on line travel who can cough up the cheap rates that are…

Cepaka, The New Village of Wellness

The Village of Wellness                                                                                Patrick Clancy                                                                                                                              Bali Property Exchange

Located off the beaten path, just a short drive inland from Canggu, lies one of Bali’s best kept secrets - the bucolic village of Cepaka. Bordered by a seemingly endless mosaic of rice fields to the south and the Penet River to the north, Cepaka offers so much more than the eye can see with a cursory glance. Rain forest canopies, birdsong melodies and some of the best babi guling for miles around, are just a few of the characteristics that drew a handful of pioneering Australian developers to the area almost 20 years ago. As Bali has grown since the boom of a decade ago, so too has Cepaka. While some would argue that the growth in southern Bali has been a double-edged sword, the consensus on Cepaka today is unequivocally a…