This is an investment that we have been proposing for many years and which is always in our favor.
Indeed, when analyzing the world figures, the number of inhabitants of the planet is increasing every year, many of them reaching higher and higher ages.
The aging of the population requires appropriate facilities, with a wide range of care, which generate significant financial returns.
Consequently, real estate for senior citizens represents a market that continues to develop. Located in the suburbs of large cities, they almost always have occupancy rates close to 100% because the waiting lists are constant, often reaching 3 years to find a place.
In addition, the French government, no longer having the means to finance the hundreds of establishments still to be built, but unable to leave Alzheimer’s patients or quadriplegics in the street, has voted a very attractive tax system for French residents, consisting of a recovery of VAT and a quasi-exemption of rents, in order to attract private capital.
It should be noted that real estate, by its very nature, involves risks and no guarantee can be offered. In particular, past performance is no guarantee of future results. Fluctuations can be significant, as any real estate market can go up or down, and this never excludes the possibility of capital losses.
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