Invest in Mauritius
Thanks to the double taxation treaty signed by France and Mauritius, a property investment in Mauritius is not a tax exile but a legal fiscal optimisation. For more information, please see the version: Treaty Franco Mauricienne – 11 December 1980 – modified by the amendment on the 23 June 2011.
Mauritius is one of the most virtuous countries in terms of taxation.
- Tax rate of 15%
- No wealth tax
- No dividend tax
- No capital gain tax
- No property tax
- No housing tax
By acquiring a property of more than $500000 using the IRs RES and PDS Program, property owners and their family will obtain a permanent resident permit.
Guarantees to investors
Vente en l’Etat Futur d’achèvement (VEFA) is an arrangement by which the transfer of ownership or property is carried out progressively, as and when the progress of work and payment of various parts is settled, as provided in the contract of sale. Vente en l’Etat Futur d’achèvement (VEFA), is accompanied by Garantie Financière d’Achèvement (GFA). This one is a system by which the promoter itself in the case of an intrinsic or extrinsic warranty commits to provide the necessary financial resources and implement them to achieve the completion of the real estate project.