Aahh Bali Boutique Hotel ROI
Current trends in Bali have people moving away from more traditional tourist spots and seeking out a more authentic Bali of yesteryear. South Bali has become more commercialized, crowded, and overbuilt than many are looking for. Don’t get me wrong those who want the commercial Bali still like Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu, and Ubud. But trends in tourism seem to be to areas like Munduk, Sidemen, Candidasa, Amed, Seraya, and Permuteran which are all experiencing surging tourism.
Infrastructure improvements are pushing this trend by making access easier. A new tollway from the south connecting the south to Sanur and eastern Bali. Widened highways from Sanur to Padangbai. New roads and improvements of the current roads are happening all over the island, especially in East Bali. Only zoned for tourism 7 or 8 years ago Seraya is now being discovered. A still authentic area with a unique original Bali essence. The delay in our project has actually been to our benefit, as tourists seek out less crowded more tranquil areas of Bali.
ROI or return on investment on this property, once the project is completed, should generate a 10% annual return improving over time for a straight rental property. On a sale basis, 20% over your pre-completion investment would be quite attainable once the project is complete. This is a somewhat normal advantage to pre-completion buy-ins. There are however more options than just a rental or a sale. Leveraging this property to travel the world can mean a whole new level of ROI, beyond just monetary returns. Something not offered by any other property we can find. We will go above and beyond and facilitate property swapping at no charge for the next buyer only. A backend silent partner if you will. After that, there will be normal cleaning fees, etc.