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Latest Activity: Dec 12, 2013

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Why invest in land ?????????????????

Started by D. Somsingh. Last reply by Carlos Da Silva Dec 12, 2013.

Buying distressed property sales in Brazil

Buying distressed property sales in BrazilCheck out this video of a great deal I just purchased for a client of mineWe purchase a $75,000 U.S. ocean view condo for $55,000 U.S. …Continue

Tags: Brazil, in, estate, real

Started by Carlos Da Silva Sep 21, 2013.

Real Estate Loan !!

We currently only provide short-term bridge loans for commercial real estate.  The main collateral types that we are lending on are multi-family, mixed use, office and retail.  We can consider other…Continue

Started by D. Somsingh Jan 9, 2012.

100 % Funding !!!!

Private party offering: - 100% funding for a project in US that will generate lots of jobs- Amount available $200MM - $1B- Equity share 30%- Term 5 years- Interest up to…Continue

Started by D. Somsingh Oct 6, 2011.

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Comment by Malena Cejas on August 22, 2011 at 10:36pm

Promocionando compañía de desarrollo de campos de golf, con métodos innovadores de y diseño y construcción, usando recursos naturales locales para construir en armonía con el medio ambiente, beneficiando a los desarrolladores con ¨state of the art¨ campos de golf a un costo mucho mas bajo.

Promoting golf course development company with innovating design and construction methods, using local natural resources to built in harmony with the environment, what bennefits the developer with much lower cost to create statee of the art golf courses.

Comment by Travista Propertia on July 4, 2011 at 12:21am
Acquire in Mauritius – Buying property in Mauritius

Foreigners can purchase property in Mauritius as part of an investment project. It is, therefore, possible for foreigners to purchase a residence under the Integrated Resort Scheme (IRS) and Real Estate Scheme (RES).
With regards the creation of companies, the Mauritian Companies Act allows the creation of companies with 100 % foreign capital.

Acquire in Mauritius – Integrated Resort Scheme (IRS)

The Integrated Resort Scheme (IRS) enables foreigners to purchase luxury villas of international standards, with infrastructure and up-market facilities, which can include golf courses, marinas, individual swimming pools, restaurants, sports complexes and fitness centers, depending on the project.
The IRS is one of two schemes under which a foreign national is authorized to buy property in Mauritius. Buying property in an IRS development automatically entitles the buyer to residency in Mauritius.

Conditions applicable to buyers

According to the current law, IRS properties must be sold at a minimum price of US $500 000.

Residence permits under the IRS scheme

Any person purchasing an IRS property is automatically entitled to permanent residency, as well as his (her) spouse and any dependants. The residence permit granted under the IRS system will remain valid for as long as the holder maintains ownership of the property.

Steps to be followed by a foreign investor regarding business

Foreigners must first register as investors with the Board of Investment (BOI).
An application, duly filled in and signed, must be submitted to the BOI, in the name of the foreign company, with the following documents:

• A plan indicating the surface area and the exact location of the building.
• A certificate outlining the reasons behind this application.
• The purchase price and a report delivered by an approved evaluator.

Who can apply to buy an IRS villa?

• An investor (including his/her spouse and dependants).
• A foreign company incorporated under the Companies Act 2001.
• A Mauritian citizen
• A company incorporated under the Companies Act 2001.

Acquire in Mauritius - Real estate scheme (RES)
Real Estate Scheme said RES is the second regime under which a foreign national can invest. The statutory frame of RES is inspired by that of the IRS. He aims however at more reduced surfaces of development, 1 acre at least and not exceeding 10 hectares.

The conditions applicable to the buyers

A place of residence under the said regime RES is subject to no minimal price but does not confer the right to live in Maurice. The persons purchasing a place of residence RES can, if they wish it, make a demand of license of place of residence in conformance with the other capacities foreseen for that purpose, that is as investor, as professional employed Or established in his own account or still as pensioner wishing to live in Mauritius.

Who can apply to buy a villa RES?

The following, physical or moral persons, can purchase a place of residence with a company RES:

a) A national of foreign nationality
b) A person of Mauritian nationality
c) A company registered as a foreign company under the law “Companies Act on 2001”
d) A company incorporated under the law “Companies Act on 2001”
e) A society of persons of which the act of constitution will have been deposited with “Registrar of Companies’
f) A “trust “the fidéicommissaire of which is duly authorized by “Financial Services commission"
Comment by Laura Hankins on July 2, 2011 at 12:44pm
My brother in law builds log homes. He has done several. Colorado anD the carolinAs. He lived with the Amish to learn their carpentry skills.
Comment by D. Somsingh on July 2, 2011 at 1:57am

What is this groups opinion of log home construction?

Comment by D. Somsingh on July 1, 2011 at 11:40pm
Comment by D. Somsingh on July 1, 2011 at 11:39pm


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Comment by Laura Hankins on July 1, 2011 at 3:20pm
How do land investment trusts work. I know several large land owners in my neck of the woods. They tend to use trusts run by bank administrators. Please advise!
Comment by D. Somsingh on June 29, 2011 at 2:19pm

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