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SELL MAURITIUS


PRO ACTIVE INTERNATIONAL AGENTS WANTED TO SELL LUXURY MAURITIAN RESORT


North of paradise Mauritius, Grand Bay is unique with its splendid beaches and the uncontaminated turquoise blue sea overlooking the islets a few kilometers away of which the Gunner’s Coin and its mythical rock provide a panoramic sight even from the main land. The cocoon of its natural ruggedness combined with the controlled scale of its development has seduced more than a tourist over the years.


It is in this context that the prestigious “Northbroom Villa” lies in the heart of this celestial region. And has, as a very smart residential estate area consistently shown its success through high demand with its high-end architectural features expressed in a more modern decor.


Residency Benefi ts • 15% income tax • 15% corporation tax • No wealth tax • No capital gains tax • 40+ double tax treaties • OECD white listed country


Retirement Benefi ts • Lower cost of living than UK • World-class medical facilities • Stable economy • Special arrangements for existing UK pensions • Benefi cial estate tax exemptions


Holiday Home Benefi ts • Full management service • Maintenance of property • Laundry • Gardening • Meet and Greet • Rental booking and management service


Agent Benefi ts • Good levels of commissions offered for referral & full sales agents • White label marketing collateral available • Transparent agent CRM system • Full agent support available • Full IHS and RES support for your clients peace of mind


CONTACT US TODAY:


t: +44 (0) 207 993 5645 e: j.mather@thorestates.com w: www.thorestates.com


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