22,500.00 EUR Other Sell Fiji
- Price22,500.00 EUR
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Affordable Fiji Real Estate in Fiji!
Lot: K447 • Acres: 1.29
Great large Koro Island lot for a South Pacific Hideaway with views over a gorge and the forest below. On top of the ridge in Stage 4 with privacy (no neighbors on 2 sides) and nice breezes. Sunrise Views and endless ocean views.
View: Ocean Views
Features: Ocean Views
Land Type: Freehold
Activities: Resort, Diving, Dining, Hiking, Village Activities
Infrastructure: Road Access, Airport, Transport Ferry
Terms: 10% down
Fiji is an exotic, beautiful, and progressive group of 322 islands located in the hub of the South Pacific with a total land area of 18,333 sq km. A former British colony, Fiji has been independent since 1970 and has a multiracial population of some 790,000 inhabitants. Only 9% of land in Fiji is Freehold and available for purchase. We offer for sale, lots of 1- 5 acres on four Fijian Islands.
Fiji is blessed with a tropical climate, beautiful beaches, breathtaking coral reefs, attractive flora, a unique blend of cultures and a friendly hospitable people. English is the official language and Fijian and Hindi are also widely spoken. The great majority of land in Fiji is held in perpetual trust for the Fijian people and only 9% has freehold title that can be bought and resold by citizens of other countries. Freehold land is, indeed, a precious commodity. All lots sold by us are Freehold properties.
There are no property taxes in Fiji. We require only 10% down payment and we finance your purchase at 7% over 8-12 years. There is a 10% discount on cash payments, and there are discounts for purchases of two lots or more.
Frequently asked questions about Koro, Real Estate and Investing
Q: Can foreigners own land in Fiji Are there any costs other than the purchase price
A: About 9% of all land in Fiji is freehold and can be owned outright by foreigners. Land titles are guaranteed secure freehold titles under the Torrens Title System (similar to the system used in Australia and New Zealand). All titles are currently available with some lots providing direct sea access. In each case there is an elevated home site offering panoramic views of sea and mountains. Stamp duty of 2% of the purchase price is payable on the sale and purchase agreement on transfer. There is a yearly road maintenance fee for stage 3&4 of app. US$150.00 per year.
Q: Once I have property, how long can I stay in Fiji Do I need a visa How about a residency permit
A: Visitors to Fiji are allowed to stay in Fiji for up to four months in any one year on a visitor’s permit. Any person who is able to show that he/she has an assured income of a satisfactory amount from outside Fiji will qualify for a residents permit of up to three years initially, which can be extended.
Q: How about food and supplies Where do I eat
A: Lot owners and guests may enjoy the facilities of Dere Bay Resort and Koro Beach Resort which offer restaurants. Most owners currently order supplies through Cost-U-Less, a grocery service on the main island or take the ferry to Suva which goes twice weekly for supplies. Owners usually stay at Tulani Estates during their visits and while their homes are being built.
Q: What if I get sick Is there a hospital on Koro
A: Koro has a small medical facility. For anything outside of basic medical needs, residents use the facilities in Suva City on the main island. Koro has an airport for emergencies. Seaplane services can be chartered and can pick you up right at the resort pier.
Q: I am interested. What do I do next I want to buy but I don’t have time to go to Fiji right away.
A: 80% of our owners buy sight unseen. Contact us by Email or phone and we provide you with more info, especially in regards to individual lots. That way we’ll help you find the right lot for you.
Q: I am interested. What do I do next I want to buy but I am not sure which lot I want and want to look at the property first.
A: You can view all our properties online at www.. Once you find a property you like, we arrange the trip with you. Your local travel agent can help you with flights. Let us know what your plans are and we will make sure that a boat or plane is ready to take you to Koro once you get to Fiji.
Q: How about the locals Who else lives on Koro
A: If you have ever been to Fiji, you will know the genuine friendliness of the Fijian people. There are 14 villages on Koro, and the 4500 locals live mainly from agriculture, some work in the resort or in the construction trade. Most Fijians speak English, which is taught in school.
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