The Mauritian Government implemented the Integrated Resort Scheme (IRS) in 2002 to draw foreign direct investment into the country’s real estate sector.
The Integrated Resort Scheme (IRS) is a regulated scheme that was introduced by the Government of Mauritius in 2002 to increase foreign direct investment inflows into the local real estate development sector.
The IRS Programme offers an attractive and thriving return on investment to those investing in Mauritius. It also gives non-citizens the right to own a land on the territory and the opportunity to work in Mauritius.
Finally, investors, as well as their spouses and dependents, are granted a residence permit or tax resident status in Mauritius, which enables them to live, work and play as much as they want in Mauritius.
Do you want to buy a plot of land to build the house of your dreams? Are you a golf addict who craves to live by a golf course? Show your difference and create a house that reflects your personality, one that is unique and perfectly suited to your needs and preferences.
Heritage Valriche Villas is one of the only luxury IRS properties to offer such an option in a splendid setting. Your villa will have an elevated position with breathtaking views of the golf course, the mountains or the sea. You will also enjoy golf cart access to all the facilities on the vast estate such as the golf course, access to Heritage C Beach Club, two 5-star hotels and their 12 restaurants, among others.
There is no builder attached to your plot, which enables you to work with the builder and architect of your choice for your home.* You can thus be your own project manager for your dream home. For more information about local architects or builders, kindly contact our dedicated team.
* Specifications apply
The purchase of property by foreigners in Mauritius is governed, among others, by the following two schemes :
The Integrated Resort Scheme (IRS): the gross land area of the development site must exceed 10 hectares.
The Property Development Scheme (PDS): this new real estate investment scheme, in force since May 2015, includes and replaces previous schemes such as the IRS and RES.