Rental prices in Jakarta are referred to as either “inclusive” of 10% rental tax and building management fees, or “exclusive” of these additional fees. Technically speaking, the rental tax must be borne by the Landlord and not by the Tenant, however this is not always the case. When a rental amount is quoted we will declare whether it is “inclusive” or “exclusive” of these extra fees. If the rent is “inclusive” then the extra fees are for the account of the Landlord. If the rent is exclusive, then the extra fees are to be paid by the Tenant.
Sometimes a property will be inclusive of the building management but not the rental tax. However, generally the term “inclusive” means that taxes and building management fees are included in the rental amount quoted, and in the case of an “exclusive” rental amount these fees are not factored in and must be calculated in order to determine the total monthly rent.