And since the government has eased some measures, it is even easier for foreigners to project themselves in Mauritius. Non-citizens of Mauritius can invest in immovable properties, create a business, invest in an existing business, or incorporate a company or a branch/subsidiary of a foreign company or work in Mauritius. The Mauritian Government offers attractive terms for foreigners to move to Mauritius either as an Investor, Professional or Self-Employed through the Occupation Permit, the Residence Permit or the Permanent Residence Scheme.
There are furthermore no restrictions for non-citizens to acquire real estate in special up-market residential schemes such as the Integrated Resort Scheme (IRS), Residential Estate Scheme (RES) and Property Development Scheme (PDS) as well as apartments in condominium developments (save on leasehold beachfront land) of at least 2 levels above ground.
At Imara Trust we have an in-depth knowledge of and expertise in the existing real-estate schemes and market and for the past 8 years we have been advising and assisting several of our clients in purchasing property in Mauritius.
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