John Taylor sets out to conquer Mauritius

With 150 years of successful experience in luxury real estate worldwide, the setting up of John Taylor property agency paves way to promising prospects for investors eyeing this little slice of paradise in the Indian Ocean. From Courchevel to Geneva, through Gstaad, London, Milan, Moscow, Megève, Paris, Cannes, St-Tropez and Doha, John Taylor proficiently combines professionalism, integrity and availability.

It is noteworthy to mention that the luxury real estate market is thriving in Mauritius, accounting alone for the largest share of Foreign Direct Investment, or 3.18 billion rupees for the first semester 2014. This booming trend is being confirmed following the implementation of IRS and RES regimes to develop and promote this economic sector. It is in this light that John Taylor exports its services to this island which has great economic potentials. John Taylor Mauritius, operational since September 2014, shall lead projects from Day-I of design phase, ensuring tailor-made solutions to precisely meet investors’ expectations. With an extremely high level of competence and proficiency combined with dynamism and a watchful eye over this niche market, John Taylor Mauritius comprises a high-level professional staff. The company has its own team of experts (legal,notary, tax, or banking, amongst others), in order to facilitate a smooth settling-in and free the investor from any administrative burden.

With a portfolio consisting of the world’s most prominent and influential names, combined with its perfect knowledge of the local market, the brand offers a personalized service to its clients regarding the sale and purchase of luxury real estate, short or long term rental of luxury properties. Its professional teams and its innovating management & communication tools remain their major assets. The high-end agency provides a wide array of related services to its clients – maintenance staff, car or boat rental, driver, cook, etc.

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