KYT88 said:You can own land in Jeju Island(South Korea), Batam(Indonesia) both Freeport status along with a few other places with various levels of restrictions.
The easiest way of ownership is to lease the land, when I acquired a farm in Bali the “purchase” was a 25 year lease with option to extend at the end of the period. It was very straightforward but if you looking to extract resources below ground I think there are other ways it can be done without having to own the land either
Interesting. So you lease the land for 25 years, what happens at the end of the lease if you desire to continue "owning" the land. Do they renew at a much higher because they can(say an older person leased it to you then passed, and now the kids own it)? Its an interesting concept and one I haven't thought about to get around that restriction. Thanks for bringing it up.