New Aparthotel in Paris Paris
A new resort in Suresnes a few steps away: the city centre, the tramway and buses linking La Défense respectively in 5 and 15 min, 10 minutes from the ring road and highways A13 and A14Many visits and points of interest within a radius of 4 km.Great opportunity for investment. The residence consists of 109 comfortable and well-fitted apartments spread over 9 levels. It is part of a housing complex consisting of 108 private homes, a student residence of 220 rooms and 3 shops in the foot of the building. 13 apartments have a terrace on the 8th or 9th floor. 89 studios for 2 people 20 2 rooms for 4 people • Fully equipped kitchen • Functional bathroom • Modular furniture • Numerous storage and equipment • Elegant and warm decoration • Reception 24h / 24 and 7/7 • Breakfast area • Fitness room • Laundry (1) • Luggage •Free WIFI • 20 underground parking spaces reserved for residents Profitability • 10-year commercial lease (1) • Profitability 3.80% net / net tax (2) • Quarterly secure rents (3) Tax system Loueur en Meublé Non Professionnel (Leaseback) (1) The lease between the owner and the operator is a lease of a commercial nature subject, in this respect, to the provisions of Articles L.145-1 to L.145-60 of the French Commercial Code. The lessor may refuse to renew the lease with the operator of the service residence. However, in this case, except in the cases provided for in Articles L.145-17 et seq. Of the French Commercial Code, the operator will be liable for an eviction compensation equal to the loss caused by the non-renewal. The methods of calculation of this indemnity are fixed in the second paragraph of the article L.145-14 referred to above. (2) Net profitability of current condominium and maintenance charges calculated on the net price of the property (including furniture and parking) according to the terms of the lease and within the term of the lease. (3) Rents secured by a 10-year commercial lease, net of current condominium and maintenance charges and excluding property taxes.