Hak Milik is the most comprehensive land title, granting full ownership rights, but it's limited to Indonesian citizens and controlled entities. Foreigners have restrictions on Hak Milik ownership, except in specific cases like certain investments.
This title grants the right to use and control land for residential or other specific purposes. It is typically granted for a period of 25 years and can be extended for another 20 years.
This is a land title based on a lease agreement, allowing the holder to use the land for a specified period.
The HGB title is the most preferred and safest way for foreigners to own properties in Indonesia, and it offers several key advantages. Firstly, with the HGB title, foreigners gain full ownership rights over the land. This means they have control and can utilize the land according to their needs. Additionally, foreigners also acquire ownership of any buildings constructed on the land, providing them with security and control over their investments.