The RES Concept

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The Real Estate Scheme, RES, is the second scheme under which a foreigner can invest in Mauritius. The statutory framework of RES is based on that of the Integrated Resort Scheme. However it aims at more reduced development surfaces, 1 acre at least and not exceeding 10 hectares. Moreover, a RES project should include a minimum of 6 residential units.

RES enables expats to buy high-end villas and apartments within a residential complex offering exclusive world-class facilities, leisure activities and services such as:
• Guard Service
• Maintenance
• Gardening and landscaping
• Housekeeping
• Scavenging
• Marina
• Restaurants
• Bars

  1. The RES Concept
  2. RES price and Mauritius
  3. Administrative and legal procedures for the acquisition of a RES unit
  4. Tips and advices for the purchase of a RES unit

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