MOTU MOIE FAQs
Answers to various questions about the purchase of Motu Moie, available services- phone, water and power, medical services, taxes, accommodations, languages spoken, and more questions you may have.
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Yes, the property and French Polynesia SARL is owned by a U.S. Corporation.
Annual property taxes are about $800 USD, and caretaker taxes about $400 per month
No, the island is owned by the SARL outright.
Containers arrive in Papeete from overseas ports, and then transferred by ship to the Tahaa port. Small parcels can be shipped via FedEx, UPS and USPS.
Yes, this would be encouraged by the local government.
There is a local clinic in Patio, and a hospital in Uturoa. Complex care is in Papeete.
The current 3 guest bungalows can sleep up to 4 people each.
Yes, he lives on the motu in his separate house.
Yes, cell phone and internet services are available.
Electricity is solar powered. Water comes from the motu’s own coral filtered well.
French and Tahitian are predominate, and English is also spoken by much of the population, including most businesses and government offices
The local currency is the French Pacific Franc- XPF, that is that is tied to the Euro.
Annual property taxes are about $800 USD, which fluctuates with the Euro.