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Retire in Bali

If you have ever wondered whether it is possible for you to live in Bali, here is a chance to inform yourself on what it may cost you. Of course everyone’s budget is different, but this overview should at the very least make you better prepared to take the leap.

The following are links to an email newsletter I put together. If you want to sign up, be aware that future emails will primarily be about starting a community in Bali.

The information below is how to prepare a budget for becoming an expat in Bali:

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Projected 1 year budgets for Bali, the USA and the UK

Here’s each link:

I have also packaged these links up into an eBook. Here’s two options:

In the future I’ll be focused on getting land, planning, and then building the community. Some very early architectural drafts:

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A large community building to house a kitchen and dining room. Upstairs will be game rooms such as billiards, ping pong, cards or a TV room.
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The large overhanging units have 2 bedrooms. The others are 1 bedroom units.

There’s going to be a lot of flexibility, as each new member that leases a unit will be able to add their own suggestions.

The initial concept is to offer leases starting with one year, with a maximum of 25 or 30 years.

Join the community to see how it all comes together!

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