Real estate investment in a tourist residence with a current annual rent of 5635.89E HT and a profitability of 4.51% in Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, Pays de la Loire
Real estate investment in tourist residence with annual rent of 5 635.89 € HT and profitability of 4.51% in Nantes. The aparthotel enjoys a privileged location that allows you to walk to the city center, the International Convention Center, the train station and the Beaulieu shopping center. You will appreciate the equipment and services provided free of charge like the wifi internet, a gym overlooking the Loire, safe, hair dryer, daily household for stays. Many additional services will facilitate the progress of your stay: parking, breakfast buffet, laundry, mini-market, meeting rooms, bar, laundry. For sale, we have an apartment type Studio, including: An entrance with kitchenette, a living room and a bathroom - WC The apartment is sold furniture. Invest without the rental worries. Guaranteed rent whatever the occupancy rate. Invest and create income net of tax thanks to the taxis of the LMNP (non-professional furniture rental). The LMNP (Non Commercial Furniture Rental) is a tax status that allows a particular to build a property portfolio guaranteeing a steady income, under extremely advantageous legal and tax conditions. Thanks to the LMNP, you rent an apartment or a house located in a residence of services (residences for tourists, for businessmen, for students or even for the elderly) and you assure you the complementary resources not taxable for the future. In addition to building up real estate assets, the LMNP allows you to save for your retirement and protect your family from need, because in the event of death or disability, the loan insurance reimburses the current credit and your loved ones can directly collect the income from this property. Today, Nantes is the eighth largest city in France, with a population of over 600,000 in the urban area. The historic part of the city stands on the north bank of the Loire, around the confluence of the river Erdre. The meeting of the two rivers is not however a feature, as back in the 1930s the lower end of the Erdre was filled in to make more room in the city centre, and the river now flows out into the Loire via a canal tunnel. Apart from its medieval / Renaissance castle, which now houses the city's museum, and the late medieval cathedral of St. Peter and St.Paul, the historic centre of Nantes is largely characterised by streets and buildings that were put up in the period of the city's commercial heyday, from the late 17th century to the early 19th century. This helps to give Nantes a slight Parisian feeling - like a small version of Paris in the west of France. The once busy port area of Nantes is now very quiet the little commercial shipping that still comes up the Loire as far as Nantes uses wharves on the south side of the Loire or on the western outskirts of the city, and the few cruise liners that make it up the Loire estuary have to dock well away from the centre. The Quai de la Fosse, closest to the city centre, has no commercial shipping, but is served by pleasure craft and is home to some historic ships, including the Maillé-Brézé, a historic warship and naval museum. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Patrick Lalandre, please fill in the form below.