Shared Ownership, also known as Fractional Ownership, is an investment model for those whose lifestyle or investment portfolios are not suited to the Whole Ownership model, yet still desire luxury resort ownership living at a fraction of the cost. Shared Ownership allows investors to buy and own either a 1/6 or 1/4 share, depending on the model chosen, in any one of our exciting villas in the Resort Collection. For investors seeking vacation and investment properties with all the same benefits of Whole Ownership, it is a highly sought after investment option. Investors may sell their asset at any time, share their property with our unique Family and Friends programme as well as enjoy annual rental income returns.
They may also enjoy unrestricted access to all of the resort's amenities and enjoy their owner-use period at any time, with no black out restrictions. Simply put, it provides them with the hassle-free ownership of a property that is fully furnished, equipped, maintained and managed by The Galeri Beach Resort & Residences management team, letting them simply sit back and reap well-deserved rewards at a fraction of the cost of Whole Ownership.
Whole Ownership provides investors with the opportunity to acquire full ownership of any of our Resort or Luxury Residence Collection of villas, thereby maximizing their capital returns and share of the resort's annual rental income. Investors may sell their asset at any time to realize their capital appreciation. Whole Ownership also allows for a more generous owner-use period, recognizing those privileged few whose lifestyle enables them to escape to their dream getaway - more often and for extended periods of time - with no black out periods.
Whole Ownership in any one of our villa collections also allows purchasers to share their dream vacation property with family and friends, which is why The Galeri Beach Resort & Residences are proud to offer investors our unique and flexible Family And Friends programme at the time of purchase.
HGB Titles are available to Indonesian citizens and to foreigners via PMA company structures who wish to procure Whole Ownership in our Resort and Luxury Residence Collections. For those investors who wish to pursue HGB titles, The Galeri Beach Resort & Residence management team will assist you with your purchase.
HGB titles provide investors all of the same excellent benefits of ownership as our other ownership models.
“Arrivals (in Lombok) stood at approximately 40,400, corresponding to an astounding 137% growth from the year before… in the case of Lombok, the central and provincial governments are actively promoting the destination as Indonesia’s next big tourism hotspot.
HVS INDONESIA HOTEL WATCH
“Over the next few years the real estate offerings that are likely to succeed in Lombok will be the hotel investment offerings for the simple fact that this is where the current market demand is… This will be the next notch up in the cycle which has all the ingredients to be one of Asia’s most dynamic leisure property stories in the decade ahead.
BILL BARNET, C9 HOTELWORKS
“Over the last few years, Indonesia has outperformed all other tourist economies in the world. With a potentially high consumer base, growing economy, upbeat tourist industry and increasing political stability, Indonesia will emerge over the next few years as THE focus of investment markets globally.
“Culturally, Lombok is typically more Indonesian than Bali… Lombok is not an “unspoiled Bali,” or “Bali’s sister island”. Lombok is not Bali at all, and that is precisely its charm.
NEW YORK POST
“In South Lombok, we have seen 100 percent gains year on year for the past four to five years. With the opening of a new international airport, boutique resorts and continued work on general infrastructure, we continue to see great upside potential in Lombok.
PETER HUNT, ASIA PROSPECTS
“When will the vast resource of Bali’s lucrative formidable neighbour (Lombok) be put to the test? With the entry of a new international airport and an increase in direct flights both domestically and internationally, it’s not a matter of “if” but more a matter of “when” things will come off the simmer to a boil.