Across the world, land prices have been increasing. They are the primary reason why global housing costs have increased dramatically in recent years. In Indonesia, such has also proven to be the case. However, it is certainly possible to purchase land at a reasonable price in Indonesia. In the least expensive areas of the country, land may cost as little as 40 million rupiah (US$2,800) per 100 square meters. On the other hand, land in the most expensive areas of the country may cost up to 300 to 400 million rupiah (US$21,200 to US$28,300) per 100 square meters.