New Property Firm Aims to Clean Up Realty Sector

New Property Firm Aims to Clean Up Realty Sector

A new property firm has been launched in Bali that aims to offer professional services and cut out bad practices in the industry that have led to unsatisfied clients.

With its office on Jl Nakula 57 in Legian, Be Realty is in the heart of the thriving tourism industry and blends real-estate experience with local knowledge to offer those seeking property or land a top-of-the-range service. It provides property sale and rental services in all areas of Bali, and including land, villas, apartments and condotels.

“Our careful selection of developers and properties means that you will not waste time looking at properties that may ultimately be a disappointment or a bad investment,” says owner Adi Nugroho.

He said Be Realty has a villa-management division for people who want their property professionally managed and in accordance with the highest service standards. There is also a personal-consultation service for individuals or corporations seeking to invest in a Bali property, whether ready for occupation or planning to construct.

And the firm promises to never dupe clients into questionably deals that might end up in court, a familiar situation between property companies and buyers in Bali in recent years. Be Realty says it has an edge over foreign-owned property companies on the island because of its local knowledge.

“What is better than having Indonesians help you with your property-related enquiries, especially with so many people looking for a ‘quick-buck.’ In order to avoid potential pitfalls, it’s only logical to have the locals as hosts to give detailed information about their property.

We are fully aware of all the best deals around and can advise you on when and where to buy,” said Nugroho.

“Together we can create a clean property industry in Bali and, most importantly, eradicate the enormous amount of misinformation, bad advice and straight-out shonky operators.”

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