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Mauritius is naturally blessed with permanently pleasant weather, an abundance of resources, a smooth-sailing political environment, and a rich cultural heritage. But the island has more to offer than just postcard-perfect conditions. Not only do non-citizens unlock the opportunity to reside in the country upon investment, but they can also apply for a residency. Whether you’ve got a start-up venture brewing and you want to set up your own company or have just retired, this tropical country has something for everyone. Here’s what you need to know about buying in Mauritius.
If you’re all about living life in the sun and sand, pack your bags and move to Mauritius. You don’t have to win the lottery to relocate to this tropical paradise, contrary to popular belief. While buying a home on the island comes with an instant residency permit, renting is a viable option too! Here’s a crash course on what you need to know to rent your first home in Mauritius.
Mauritius is pretty relaxed when it comes to renting a home. All you need is a passport copy and a physical address, and you’re good to go. You don’t have to worry about submitting employment details before renting a home - Mauritius caters to everyone from freelancers to retirees.
Here at mauritius-life.com, we will provide you with everything you need. For instance, let's discuss where best to eat with the ‘Top 10 restaurants in Mauritius’ then after, discover where to have a drink in the 'Top 10 bars in Mauritius’ or, discover the things that every Mauritius visitor or resident should see and do with ‘Top 10 places to go in Mauritius’ and ‘Top 10 things to see in Mauritius’.
Here at mauritius-life.com, we cover everything; buying or renting property, becoming a resident, food, lifestyle, sports, activities, social life, weather, economy, cost of living, where to visit, stay and live, what to see, and do, what not to do and what to avoid, what to be conscious of and to be tolerant of, what to try and when to say “no thank you”. Everything is based on knowledge and personal opinion.
Don't worry we won't take offense if you think we are wrong in our thinking and recommendations, that's absolutely fine, we just wanted to put a line in the sand and say “welcome to Mauritius life”.