Beach homes from $29,900 to $69,900 USD
Above and below- ^ It’s the real thing!^
If owning a transportable beach house in Fiji on a 3km long beach appeals to you, let us know and we will make it happen for you.
For as little as $29,900 (plus tax) you can buy a beach house (like the one below) to live in permanently on the beach property shown or just use it occasionally and rent it out the rest of the year.
The Eagle, (above) with burnt shiplap siding and hardwood interior.
The Eagle in gold stucco (above as just delivered prior to installation) with light wood grain interior.
These “Tiny homes” are two examples of “the real thing” on the beach, both in the process offinal installation and decks installed. They are made from shipping containers, which affords them superior strength to any wooden frame house and their frames are “weatherised steel”, which is rust proof. In their original form they can be stacked 13 high. Try that with a wood frame house.
There is excitement in the air as the grounds are being cleared and groomed in preparation for more homes to be placed on the “great long beach.” It took two years to establish this beachfront communityand it is now “All a head full steam; steady as she goes!”
Picture this premiere beach location as yours to live on in your comfy beach house.
The Fiji government’s Land Trust Board has dedicated 2000 feet of beach frontage for this beach house community on a mile and a half long beach in the Savusavu area. These coveted beach sites are 1000 square meters or 10,800 sq feet. They measure 46 meters by 22 meters (150 feet by 82 feet).
There are only 21 sites left on this beach as of July 11, 2018.
Sites can be secured with a deposit while waiting for your beach house to be built.
Coconut Grove Beach site area (above) before clearing of only the trees necessary for your home placement.
The view from your beach.
You have beach house choices.
The Twin Eagle (above) is two steel containers insulated and clad in wood, inside and out. Perfect for anyone who wants a double sized “tiny home” and priced at $49,900 USD.
Tiny homes don’t have to be Tiny.
The Double Eagle (above) can be two or three bedrooms
There are three basic model beach homes to choose from. See bottom of page for the spec. sheets.
You can customize your choice with our suggested options or tell us what you want.
This could be you looking out your window (above) to the beach and sea beyond.
Retiring but thinking you might have to go back to work—think again! The cost of living in Fiji is considerably lower than in most of our homelands. A pension or Social Security income goes a long way in Fiji. You can live very well on $1,000 USD per month. And all your necessities in Fiji are less than half that of most homelands and then when you get two Fiji dollars for one USD, you just cut half in half again. To add to the unbelievable, consider the free healthcare bonus in Fiji.
Or, are you looking for a holiday beach house that when you are not using it you can rent it out for income? It is difficult to find beach houses for rent, so now is the time to consider that idea.
We live affluently in these beautiful islands on what would be considered insufficient funds in our homelands. Again, the free healthcare alone is worth the move. Buying a beach house serves to qualify you for your residency. We have a person who handles these matters of immigration for you quite expertly.
Terry, our first tiny home buyer (above) on the beach the day his home was delivered and before it was set up with skirts and steps, etc. He has traded all concerns and issues in the homeland for making a walkway from the beach today. (below)
He’s happy and his view is just part of the reason why. (below).
His low tide view (above) from his deck chair on his deck, yet to be built.
If living the idyllic life on the beach in the South Pacific was ever a dream, this is your dream come true. When you buy a beach house in this growing community, there are two ways to manage living full time in Fiji:
ONE-- If you have $50,000 USD and an income from pension or Social Security, (or more cash) you can qualify for full time residency in Fiji. With this investment you can buy a new home, from $29,900 -$69,900 USD and live healthy on the beach like we were probably meant to.
TWO-- If you only have $30,000 USD you can still buy a beach house and live in Fiji, but you will have to leave the country for a day or so every six months. Many people opt for this zero qualification tourist visa and fly to either Tonga or Vanuatu for a visit at the end of 6 months and then return as soon as they want to.
In Fiji you can live very inexpensively, breathe in really fresh air, eat fresh food, live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy the benefits of a FREE HEALTHCARE system. When you live in an environment that naturally cares for your health, you don’t need much unnatural healthcare.
Look who’s at the end of the rainbow.
The cost of living in our homelands is prohibitively high for those on a retirement income. People on Social Security or pensions back home find that they are financially way below “par” when it comes to retiring, so they have to keep working. If you could afford to move to a country where the cost of living “par” was much lower, you could live much better. You could fish when you wanted to, swim, snorkel, watch sunsets and stay up late with friends because you finally don’t have to go to work in the morning.
Well, this is it—Fiji, Fiji, Fiji.
Taking the case of beautiful Fiji where the cost of living “par” is set by the purchasing power of an average worker earning an hourly wage under $2.50 USD. This pricing scale for locals tends to keep the cost of local food, products, restaurants and services very low or the local people couldn’t afford to live well. If you can live in Fiji on less than $450 USD per month, imagine how well you can live on just two or three times that.
We’ve created that dream come true for you. The key to making this offer possible is the moveability of the homes. The three transportable home choices we offer can be personally owned by you and situated in small communities on premium beachfront land—property that otherwise could cost, as advertised, over $200,000 USD. Ministry of Lands Trust Board beach property has been set aside for the establishment of this community and each homeowner pays only $220 per month. So, the house and the home are $220 per month for the land and $29,900 or $49,900, or $69,900 USD, for the purchase of the beach home. Yes, there are other costs. Delivery and set up at your location choice and there is tax, currently at 9%, called VAT.
You only need to buy the home, not the land, but you can use the land like it was yours. The $220 per month gets you your home site, water, beach grooming, land and road maintenance, refuse collection and septic/sewage hook up. Buying the moveable home allows you, the home owner, the option of moving the home anytime to anywhere you might prefer as more properties for this purpose become available.
The Double Eagle with 662 square feet of living space $69,900, above.
(1000 sq feet of tiny home available under $100,000)
Of course one can buy land in Fiji, own it and have a home built. If you go that way the law in Fiji requires a foreigner to build a minimum home costing $250,000FJD and within two years of the land purchase. If you want to live on the beach, then add about $225,000USD for the cost of the land together with the house and you will have $350,000USD invested. Fine if you have it and want to spend that much on your home and waterfront site. The more affordable way with the same setting would be to buy a moveable (legally transportable) home for under $50,000USD safely secured on the beach for $220 per month, includes services.
Got questions? Just ask.