Mauritius Property Sold Fast

  • 16 years ago
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The UK based overseas property portal reports that a development in Mauritius was so popular with foreign buyers that the first phase sold out in less than 30 days. The property development at Pointe Aux Canonniers situated 150m off Mauritius Grand Bay coast has now responded by launching its second phase.
Mauritius officially named The République de Maurice, is an island nation located off the coast of the African continent in the southwest Indian Ocean. The destination has always been a hit with tourists and it seems that it set to be a popular spot for international real estate buyers too.
The popular property development at Pointe Aux Canonniers has easy access to the myriad of beautiful islands, bays and beaches throughout area. . The second phase at Point Aux Canonniers will consist of 80, two to four bedroom villas on plots ranging in size from 300 to 600 sq.m. The development will also have 33, 2-3 bedroom apartments of 130 to 180 sq. meters. Prices range start from under £300,000 more details here Property Mauritius
Nicholas Marr CEO ‘Mauritius offers investors political stability, a population of qualified professionals conversant in English and French. The Governments objective to attract 2 million tourists by year 2015 could well mean a boost for investors’
Mauritius is now home to world class international hotels such as Hilton, Maritim, Meridien, Accor, Oberoi, Taj, Movenpick, Four Seasons, Club Med and One & One to name but a few.
Mauritius, a volcanic and mountainous island in the Indian Ocean, lies 2000km (1240 miles) off the southeastern coast of Africa, due east of Madagascar. The island-state stands on what was once a land bridge between Asia and Africa called the Mascarene Archipelago. From the coast, the land rises to form a broad fertile plain on which sugar cane flourishes. Some 500km (310 miles) east is Rodrigues Island, while northeast are the Cargados Carajos Shoals and 900km (560 miles) to the north is Agalega.
The 1968 constitution proclaims that Mauritius is a “democratic state” and that the constitution is the supreme law of the land. The political structure is patterned to a large extent on the British system. The Government has as objective to attract 2 million tourists by year 2015
Recent news from the region includes the fact that British Airways will be giving up its stake in the national airline Air Mauritius. 
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