Amilla’s Revolutionary Residence Ownership Scheme
Want to hear more about owning property at Your Island Home? This is your opportunity to purchase a stunning beachfront Residence. As an owner, you’ll have a slice of paradise to call your own as well as full access to the resort’s superb five-star amenities. Amilla’s unique program is the most innovative – and fair – ownership scheme of its kind in the country. Read on to find out more.
Amilla Fushi Resort and Residence is nestled in Baa Atoll, just a scenic 30-minute flight by seaplane or domestic flight from Velana International Airport.
Our palatial Residences are the highest category of accommodation on the island. They are beautifully designed in a minimalist style and constructed from high-quality sustainable materials, which were specially selected to withstand the tropical climate. Each residence comes fully furnished with tasteful décor, ‘island chic’ minimalist furniture, and luxury amenities.
Ownership is granted upon a sublease basis and lasts for the duration of the lease between the owners of Amilla Fushi and the Maldives Government. The current lease has 46 years remaining, with an option to extend for another 50 years.
Many Maldives resorts charge tens of thousands of dollars in leaseholder fees per year. But under our amazing new Residence ownership program, you can generate a passive income from your Residence while they are not there. Amilla only takes a tiny percentage of the revenue (10%) to cover utilities and Residence management. The remaining revenue is clearly cut 50/50 between Amilla and the owner.
- You can even choose to keep the net revenue in-resort and use it as credit for holiday treats such as Amilla’s excursions, spa treatments, water-sports, and even food and drink in Amilla’s world-class restaurants.
- Simply provide us with the dates you wish to stay at Your Island Home and a team of sales and marketing experts will work on renting out your Residence to resort guests in your absence. The risk is on Amilla to get bookings and revenue, not the owners, making it appealing and beneficial for both parties.