Taveuni Lots Draw Buyers

Oct. 3, 2017, 6:28 a.m.

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With its lush fauna and array of beachfront and freehold lots, the garden island of Taveuni continues to draw investors looking for the perfect retirement hub.
“The Matei Airport area is in high demand from real estate buyers, with retirement being a popular buying purpose,” noted Stephen Noble of Noble Realty.
Specialists for Taveuni and neighboring Qamea Island, the realty has just listed two new adjoining lots for sale for only $20,000 each.
Mr Noble noted that the ocean front properties, which the business also specializes in, continued to be in high demand from buyers and property hunters.

“Peace and quiet and natural beauty is what draws buyers to Taveuni and Savusavu. The bulk of buyers are from Australia, the United States and New Zealand, he added.
Mr Noble said their lower priced lots were selling quickly to locals and that despite the disruption of Tropical Cyclone Winston in February this year, the market has been fine.
The realty house’s selection extends to rural and farm land, existing resorts, undeveloped land ideally suited for investments and new developments.
The Northern division constitutes about seven percent of Fiji’s 114 real estate agents.