A Parramatta real estate team has won the listing of a blue ribbon executive freehold triplex in Fiji.
Morris and Melissa Short, who own the award-winning RE/MAX Xtra, say the recently built property in a major growth area close to Nadi offers a special investment opportunity.
“The quality finishes are noticeable throughout the town houses, each of has three generous bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a separate study upstairs and open plan kitchen, dining and living space downstairs plus powder room,” said Melissa.
“Each has a garage with internal access to the house and an enclosed courtyard and they share a beautiful swimming pool and security office.
“Standouts are the aluminium shutters and doors for added storm protection and the fact that all high-end appliances come with the property.”
Morris visited the Nasoso townhouses to film a live walk-through video for Home Live and Facebook on the Short’s recent holiday in Fiji, which can also be seen on the office website – https://rem.ax/3xteGyJ
Melissa said having the airport so close attracted rental income.
“It is excellent living for pilots and other airline staff. All three townhouses are currently tenanted, one fully furnished, one partially furnished and one unfurnished, and we would anticipate them returning to their pre-COVID five per cent yield or returning higher. What makes it an even more unique investment opportunity is that the purchaser could sub-divide the town houses and sell individually.
Asking price for the property is $2.8million Fiji +VAT if applicable.
“We are delighted to showcase this investment opportunity after working for roughly a year to secure the listing”, said Melissa, “and the seller, one of Fiji’s prominent engineers, decided to list a second property with us, which is another amazing opportunity being 100 acres of freehold land with DA approval for a resort on the Sigatoka River, Coral Coast.”
The property owner sought out the Shorts having followed their social media.
“We began a strong social presence when we opened RE/MAX Xtra in 2016 and our ‘Sharing Sunday’ is just one platform where we draw RE/MAX listings from around the globe, and it impressed him.
“Most advertising through Fiji agencies is very localised and he believed the freehold townhouse triplex would have buyer interest in Australia.
“Then, when Morris explained the RE/MAX Edge platform, which takes the property’s web site listing and creates ads through socials including Facebook, Instagram etc, he saw the enormity of the marketing, not just through all Australian capital city markets but Singapore, Hong Kong… in fact, globally.”
She said that with Fiji being such a ‘top destination’ for Australians once again, RE/MAX Edge would ensure people were seeing the listings featured prominently.
“The fact that both these listings are freehold is a massive bonus, as is the fact that at least two of the big banks, ANZ and Westpac, are in Fiji,” Melissa said.
Contact Morris Short on 0488 291 908 or Melissa Short on 0498 111 300 for more information.
Morris Short, RE/MAX Xtra – M. +61 488 291 908
Melissa Short, RE/MAX Xtra – M. +61 498 111 300
Lyn Cox, public relations, RE/MAX Australia – M. +61 418 793 096
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