Park Lane does a Road Show in South Africa

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Mauritius, an interesting destination for expatriates- a country where life is good. Thanks to its many attractions, its breathtaking landscapes, the tropical climate that reigns throughout the year and its political and economic stability, more and more foreigners choose to come and live and invest on the island and enjoy the quality of life Mauritius offers.

French and South Africans are particularly interested in Mauritius as a destination to move to. The real estate market is flourishing, and it is crucial to be well advised and accompanied in the process of acquiring a property to ensure all goes well.
Whether they are looking for a new life or motivated by an investment in real estate, or are attracted by an ideal place to retire, foreigners find that Mauritius is an ideal place to settle. The excellent geographical location between Africa and Asia, the advantageous tax benefits ... this island has much to appeal to those seeking an interesting opportunity.

Of course, there is the obvious lifestyle attraction: beautiful landscapes, diverse cultures, and good potential for development ... living on this island would be the envy of anyone. If you are one of those people, then discover the advantages of expatriation.

One must not forget that Mauritius is ranked among the most ethical countries in terms of taxation by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). As such, it attracts many foreign investors. Companies, individuals or retirees, all come to benefit from the tax advantages offered by this island with dream sceneries. A flourishing real estate market, a booming economy, a stable political life as well as all the advantages of a tropical climate, Mauritius is a perfect destination for expatriates and foreign investors.
It is in this direction and with this purpose in mind, that Park Lane Properties is carrying out a series of #BuyinMauritius road shows starting with South Africa this June 2019.

Philippe de Beer, Founder & CEO, and Bruno Rochecouste, Director of Strategy, will be in 4 different locations from June 9th to June 25th, presenting the attractiveness of Mauritius as a place to live, work & retire as well as interesting real estate and relocation opportunities in Mauritius.

They invite interested people, seeking to relocate to the island of Mauritius or looking for a sound and healthy investment opportunity, to contact Park Lane by email on marketing@parklane.mu.

This way, they can meet for a presentation or for a one-to-one meeting while in South Africa.

This Road Show will cover the following places on the following dates:

Durban/Umhlanga – from Monday 10th to Thursday 13th June 2019
Johannesburg & Pretoria – from Friday 14th to Thursday 20th
Cape Town – from Friday 21st to Tuesday 25th

Coming from South Africa himself as a business owner and as a family man, Bruno Rochecouste can understand why it is so attractive to relocate and buy in Mauritius.
The benefits include amongst others :

• a permanent residence permit when buying a property > USD 500,000 (conditions apply)
• Great climate, beautiful sea and beach, great quality of life
• Safe living environment with a wide choice of sea, nature and golf recreational activities
• Peaceful, multi-ethnic population
• Growing economy
• Political stability with established rule of law
• Business-friendly environment with skilled and bilingual workforce
• Excellent quality standard of education and medical facilities
• Very attractive tax schemes
• No inheritance tax, no capital gains tax, no tax on dividends
• No property tax

“The projects we have in our portfolio are attractive for those wishing to retire in a sunny and safe environment, for a personal or a company investment … the PDS, IRS, RES, Smart City schemes all have suitable benefits. We assist in finding the one most suitable for you, all while guiding you with the conditions and legal frameworks which apply to each of these real estate schemes.

We look forward to meeting and starting new relationships with the South Africans looking to relocate.” Bruno Rochecouste concludes.