Investing in property in Mauritius
Investing in property in Mauritius is a very attractive option for investors. Personal security, residency, tax efficiency and cost of ownership are some of the reasons why. A recent article in the The Sunday Times (18 November, 2016) highlighted that Mauritius is not just a small but prosperous island but it is considered one of the last true safe havens for second-home owners.
The the past, finding a winter sun property was simple with many places to pick from with a tropical beach. Today with the world in financial turmoil, these choices are more complex.
According to Robert Green, the managing director of Sphere Estates, a property consultancy, “Lifestyle is still important, but personal security, residency, tax efficiency and cost of ownership also figure on buyers’ checklists. Based on these criteria, a family house-hunting with a large budget has a shortlist of four island locations: the Caribbean, Seychelles, Maldives and Mauritius.”
Visit The Sunday Times to see new property development in the Domaine de Bel Ombre region and to read the full article.