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Lots up for grabs

Saturday, August 12, 2017

This is an opportunity for local and overseas investors to invest in these huge freehold lots that are really good for agriculture, horticulture, reforestation, tenant lease, land investment or holiday homes.

These lots are situated at Tova and span 134 acres. They consist of 11 blocks in Tova, Banisogosogo and Vunikavikaloa in the province of Ra have individual titles.

The lot sizes range from five to 15 acres.

These lots have all weather access roads, water and electricity are readily available but yet to be connected.

Most lots have significant teak plantations. Teak timber is commonly used in the US and other countries for furniture production and building material.

These teak plants will mature in 10 years. This is an opportune time to invest.

Call Jason Dass on 9929025 or email Licence No. 0169

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