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Prospective home buyers need to adjust to a “new normal” that the coronavirus crisis has foisted on the global real estate market. In Mauritius, its effective Covid-19 safety protocols have distinguished the country as among the first few to control the disease’s spread. This distinction thereby gives Mauritius homes for sale further prominence amongst foreign buyers’ choices.
The pandemic’s worldwide effects, however, impact upon real estate market players in different ways. Also, it’s still a long way to go before the world totally overcomes the coronavirus debacle. Hence, it’d be smart for homebuyers to rethink their strategies as they weigh market choices. Here are some tips on crafting a roadmap towards buying a Mauritius home amidst the pandemic.
Skip all the hassles of purchasing a standalone lot and building a home on it or buying a pre-owned residence. Search rather for newly built dwellings available in well-established residential developments.
The health crisis that coronavirus has stoked underscores the desirability of moving into a new home that no one has lived before.Additionally, residential developments are typically gated communities with controlled access that help ensure security as well as health safety.
Consider property developments in the north of Mauritius to fast-track your search for a newly built residence. This side of the island offers a wider selection of Mauritius homes for sale. These were specifically built under the government’s real estate investment programmes for foreigners.
You can buy a home under these schemes direct from 2Futures, the no. 1 real estate developer in Mauritius. As the island’s leading developer, 2Futures offers a wide range of choices. Its offerings include highly coveted apartments like those at Ki Residences and Casa Alegria.
Mauritius real estate developers sell residences in their projects before or during their construction. This off-plan buying or purchase before construction provides advantages for buyers.
They can tailor-fit their home choice to their design specifications. Paying in instalment is also an advantageous feature of an off-plan purchase for the homebuyers.
The coronavirus threat has poised stringent health safety restrictions on guests of hotel and resorts. With this scenario, tourist rental demand on apartment communities, already picking up in recent years, could rev up further.
There are many apartment projects set in the north of Mauritius, which could be rented out under the G+2 scheme. Besides Casa Alegria, 2Futures is likewise developing Ocean Grand Gaube under this scheme. Contact a 2Futures consultant for a briefing on this property and other opportunities on Mauritius homes for sale.