Pour faire face au ralentissement dans le secteur immobilier mauricien causé par la Covid-19, le gouvernement a introduit en août 2021 de nouvelles mesures afin de stimuler la demande locale.
Les Mauriciens peuvent accéder plus facilement à la propriété immobilière depuis l’adoption de nouvelles mesures budgétaires, dont le Home Ownership Refund Scheme. Ce programme prévoit le remboursement de 5 % - jusqu’à hauteur de Rs 500 000 – du prix d’achat d’une maison, d’un appartement ou d’un terrain pour construire un logementau cours de l’exercice financier 2021-22. En cas de revente durant la première année, ce montant devra être remboursé. Le programme prévoit aussi un remboursement de 5 % sur les prêts au logement souscrits pour la construction, jusqu’à un plafond de Rs 500 000.
Par ailleurs, les primo-accédants sont dispensés de droits d’enregistrement sur les premiers Rs 5 millions du prix d’achat d’un bien résidentiel.
Les acquéreurs de biens immobiliers peuvent également obtenir le remboursement de la taxe sur la valeur ajoutée (TVA) sur l’achat ou la construction d’une première maison ou d’un premier appartement. Certaines conditions sont imposées, notamment concernant le coût, qui ne doit pas dépasser Rs 3 millions (pour un remboursement jusqu’à Rs 300 000). Les revenus annuels du ménage en question ne doivent pas dépasser Rs 1 million.
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