A fusion of expertise and passion
Over the last 30 years, Pro Foncier has developed a unique knowledge and expertise of the real estate market in Mauritius. Our experience and dynamism maintain our position as one of the most active agencies on the island.
Professionalism, trust, and integrity are the core values of our team of real estate specialists, who are committed to continually exceed our customers’ expectations.
Our friendly and competent staff will welcome you and make your project a reality.
Pro Foncier is a licensed real estate agency that is governed by the « Real Estate Agent Authority», the regulatory body for the real estate industry in Mauritius.
With more than 30 years of industry experience, we strive to offer highly professional and efficient service to meet all our clients’property undertakings.
Our clients can rely on our transparent and reliable ethics, as well as our in-depth knowledge of the Mauritian real estate market to service all their needs.
Our agency mandate includes the following services:
- investment and development advice;
- advice on the market value of the property for sale or rent;
- marketing of the property;
- identification of potential clients for the purchase or rental of a property,
- site visits with clients;
- negotiations with interested clients and owners to reach a satisfactory compromise for the purchase or rental of a property; and
- gathering all the necessary documents for concluding the sale or rental.
In line with the regulatory obligations governing our industry (Financial Intelligence and Anti Money Laundering Act, United Nations Sanctions Act and the AML/CFT/CPF guidelines issued by the Financial Intelligence Unit), the company is required to collect personal information aboutits clients.
The AML/CFT/CPF (Anti Money Laundering, Combating Financing of Terrorism and Counter Proliferation) guidelines stipulate that the following information must be collected from clients to comply with the regulatory framework.
For a Natural Person
For a Legal Person (Company, Société, Partnership and Foundation)
For Politically Exposed Persons (PEP), additional information will be required.
All information collected will be treated as confidential and managed in line with the Data Protection Act.
Our Agency combines the required skills to best meet all our customers’ needs. Our reputation and expertise are based on our three decades of experience in the Mauritian property landscape, as well as our passion for service and quality work.
« Our experienced and dynamic team is always ready to go the extra mile to exceed our clients’ expectations.»
Our team is ready to advise and accompany you in all your property projects. Meet our colleagues who will be happy to assist you.
Our Agency Conditions
The agency conditions and fees charged for our services are in line with Mauritian regulations, i.e.:
- Sale: 2% of the value of the property+15% VAT.
- Rent: 10% of the total rental value over the lease period up to a maximum equivalent to one month’s rent + 15% VAT.
The agency fees are payable upon signature of the sale or lease agreement.
Other regulatory fees payable when a property is purchased or sold are as follows:
- registration fees equal to 5% of the property value payable to the Government of Mauritius by the buyer and the owner; and
- notary fees on the property value payable by the buyer amounting to:
- 2.0% on the first Rs 250,000; plus
- 1.5% on the next Rs 500,000; plus
- 1.0% on the following Rs 1,000,000; and
- 0.5 % on the balance.
- plus 15% VAT on the total fees payable.
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