to live in Mauritius

Political and
social stability

Mauritian permanent
residency with a
minimum investment of
USD 375,000

A hybrid legal system
(a mix inspired by
French and English

A regional platform
for banking and
financial services

Regulated real
estate investment
guarantees of

Good rental returns

and capital growth

Top-quality medical

Safe, secure


International schools
and universities

Tropical climate all
year round


Mauritius has an array of fiscal advantages that attract investors from all around the globe. These are :

  • A flat income of 15% tax on rental income
  • No property or housing tax
  • No taxation on dividends and capital gains
  • On inheritance taxes
  • Low bond interests
  • Double taxation agreements signed with more than 40 countries (such as France,South Africa,and Luxembourg among others)
  • No capital gain tax
  • Permit to repatriate capital gain profits
  • Corporate tax 15%
  • Solidarity tax 5%

Investment Schemes

We have different schemes available for acquiring residential properties on the island and even becoming a permanent resident (An investor with the minimum) property investment of USD 375,000) under the following :

  • Integrated Resort Scheme (IRS)
  • Real estate scheme (RES)
  • The Property Development Scheme (PDS)
  • Invest Hotel Scheme (PDS)
  • Smart City Scheme
  • Ground + 2 Apartment Scheme
  • Premium Visa

The applicant's spouse,dependent child, parent, or a person working exclusively for the family unit may also become a resident for a period of 10 years

Premium Travel Visa

The Premium Travel Visa is valid for a period of one year and renewable.It allows you to live in Mauritius and work remotely.

To qualify for the Premium Visa, interested visitors should produce proof of their long stay plans and sufficient travel and health insurance for the initial period fo stay while meeting the following criteria :

  • The applicants should not enter the Mauritius Labour market
  • The main place of business and source of income and profits should be outside Mauritius.
  • Documentary evidence to support application such as purpose of visit, accomodation, etc.
  • Other basic immigration requirements

Who can acquire a residential property in Mauritius ?

  • A natural person, whether a citizen of Mauritius, a non-citizen, or a member of the Mauritius dispora
  • A company that is incorporated or registered under the Companies Act
  • A société, where its deed of formation is deposited with the Registrar of Companies
  • A limited partnership under the Limited Partnership Act
  • A trust, where the trusteeship services are provided by a qualified trustee

For more information, send us a message

Send to the agency


  (+27) 83 775 4343