Mauritius-based property portal has recently signed an agreement with the Estate Agents Association (EAA) of the island economy, allowing the association to enjoy greater visibility on the platform.

In April 2014, relocated to Mauritius from the Britain Virgin Islands (BVI), based on the success of the real estate industry of the island economy.

Now, coming on the heels of its relocation to Mauritius, this agreement marks another step in the assimilation of the property portal into the island economy, allowing EAA members to mark their web presence on this platform and to benefit from discounts while booking advertising space on the site.

Furthermore, users can from now find information relating to the EAA on the homepage of

“We have chosen to sign an agreement with because this website is very popular and is visited by internet users from different countries,” said EAA President Laval Savreemootoo.

“Thanks to this partnership, the members of the association will now benefit from more visibility on and internet users just need to click the links available on the website to reach the homepage of our members,” he added.

“Since its launch in April 2014, the traffic to our site has seen a considerable increase,” said Vaneesha Hurrychurn, the Managing Director of

“ also helps promote the local real estate sector on the global scene as our platform is visited by internet users of Mauritius, United Kingdom, France, United States and India, among others,” she added.

She noted that, besides, this partnership with the EAA would favor a smoother exchange between internet users and the members of the association.

Additionally, has put in place a system of rewards for its members via accumulation of points, called My Sizzles, where agencies can now on exchange their cumulated reward points against advertising solutions or discounts.

Started in April 2013 by Vaneesha Hurrychurn, provides a golden opportunity to new real estate agencies to build a list of contacts and to increase their visibility on the web.

Besides, agencies as well as property developers will be able to showcase all their products online, including land plots, apartments and houses, among others.

This property portal also serves to help foreigners who wish to spend short-term or long-term holidays in Mauritius because they have a larger selection of villas, guesthouses or apartments that they can review online and choose from.

Image (Company): Vaneesha Hurrychurn, the Managing Director of, inked an agreement with Laval Savreemootoo, the President of the Estate Agents Association (EAA) of Mauritius, allowing a smoother exchange between internet users and the members of the association.

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