Geographic Information

Description of Mauritius
One of the most stable democracies and not far from the strongest economy of any African country, Mauritius is a bewilderingly beautiful island that holds great potential for international investors. There are now three government-run schemes that enable foreign investors to buy in – one of which has been designed to encourage professionals to live and work on the island by making property purchase available to them. Rent yields are generally mid-range at about the 6 per cent mark, though it’s worth noting that the law dictates owners cannot increase the rental price of their properties for the first three years of a tenant moving in. The standard of living in Mauritius is exceptionally high by African standards and exclusive tourism represents the bulk of the nation’s economy.

Current Property Prices in Mauritius

7 properties listed for sale in Mauritius

2 bed houses:

1 listed for sale
£795,469 to £795,469
Average: £795,469

3 bed houses:

1 listed for sale
£1,086,129 to £1,086,129
Average: £1,086,129

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Key Facts:

Currency: MUR
Time Zone: MUT (UTC+4)
DialCode: +230
Languages: None
Capital: File:Coat of arms of Port Louis, Mauritius.svg
Population: 1,236,817
GDP: US$13.551 billion

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