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Kuridrani Flies In To Secure Residential Lots For Family

“Fijians abroad are now coming back to invest in their homeland and we are grateful,” Mr Khan said.
18 May 2019 17:10
Kuridrani Flies In To Secure Residential Lots For Family
Brumbies outside centre Tevita Kuridrani (left) and Bayshore Fiji Nadi team leader Nathaniel Khan at the Bayshore Fiji Nadi office on May 16, 2019.

Brumbies outside centre Tevita Kuridrani like fellow Fijians now residing overseas this week secured residential lots in Nadi with real estate agent Bayshore Fiji for his family.

Bayshore Fiji Nadi team leader Nathaniel Khan yesterday confirmed that Mr Kuridrani has joined the list of Fijians overseas who have secured properties at home through them.

According to Mr Khan, Mr Kuridrani learnt of the sale from his younger brother Samu who resides in Nadi.

“Fijians abroad are now coming back to invest in their homeland and we are grateful,” Mr Khan said.

“We cannot reveal a lot at this stage however we are glad that people’s faith in the Fijian economy is still there,” he said.

“It is a real pleasure for us to work with everyone as we look at meeting the needs of all our clients.”

Mr Khan confirmed that the residential lots are part of the seven up for grabs at Lakeside, Nadi.

Bayshore Executive Administrator, Paradise Tabucala said while lots were looked after by their team leader Mr Khan fellow agent Joeli Tui led in the selling process to their customers.

“This is not the first time for a Fijian living overseas to show interest in the properties we have put up on the market,” Ms Tabucala said.

“There is a good number of them that have bought properties in prominent and promising areas in Nadi through us,” she said.

“Bayshore Fiji is working closely with the family and we respect our clients’ privacy and we will reveal details at a later stage.”

“For Bayshore, social media is our strength, we use social media and email blasts to our clients.

“We send our clients emails of the latest properties we have on the market.

Ms Tabucala said they aimed for first time home buyers and there were a lot of demand knowing that they were the cheapest lots on the market in Nadi.

“Something we continue to be elated about is that Fijians living overseas have continued to connect here in regards to owning properties and land.”

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