Rental investment - Talence - Residence La Hameau De St Pierre - 4.67% return, Gironde, Nouvelle Aquitaine
€72,000 [convert]

22m2

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Key Features

Property Type: Apartment
WCs: 1
France Property Shop ID: 594379
Reference: 75011110067

Property Description

Make a rental investment without management worries, the ideal product to prepare for the future and build up real estate assets with a secure profitability. • Annual rent excluding tax: € 3,362.00 • Profitability: 4.67% • Manager: NEXITY You can opt for the “depreciable LMNP” tax status, giving the right to a tax exemption on rental income. Payment of rents is ensured whether your property is rented or not. Description of the property: - Apartment T1 on the 1st floor including: an entrance, a living room, a kitchenette, a bathroom with wc, cupboards. Balcony. Car park. - The student residence Le Hameau de St Pierre, in the town of Talence, is located a few minutes from Bordeaux and its shops, museums and university poles. This establishment is easily served as it is close to many bus stops. Talence is a city in south -western France, in the southern suburbs of Bordeaux. It is the fourth largest city in the department of Gironde after Bordeaux, Merignac Pessac. The inhabitants are Talençais. Common urban area located in the Bordeaux urban area south of Bordeaux, it is part of the first belt. The territory of the present city of Talence was long covered with forests which were scattered hamlets. The presence of these forests would be the origin of the name " Talence ". The real stand Talence, which was constantly a devastated place (looting and devastation caused by constant wars), 17th century. The proximity of Bordeaux and the presence of three major trade routes become safer (roads Bayonne, Toulouse and Tests) attracted the rich bourgeois of Bordeaux. Many bourgeois Bordeaux built their castles and magnificent houses Talence. Thus the banker Samuel Charles Peixotto will build what later became the mayor of the city. In 1783 a Portuguese family of exiles fleeing the Inquisition, the Raba, entrust Victor Louis, the architect of the Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux, the construction of a dwelling and the construction of a park whose reputation exceeds boundaries of the municipality. However, Talence retain its rural vocation. It was not until the late 19th century and during the 20th century Talence says its urban character and will see the development of many industrial activities: food metallurgy, fabrication, chemicals, slaughterhouses, avionics, shoes, etc. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Paul Delamotte, please fill in the form below.


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