New investment opportunity in real estate crowdfunding in Lucens, Vaud
We offer you to acquire in co-ownership an investment property located in the commune of Lucens in the canton of Vaud, for a record amount of 8.25 million francs. The minimum investment is CHF 25’000 and the projected net return on the invested amount is 6.67% per year.
Investment opportunity in Lucens, Vaud
Real estate crowdfunding, also known as participative investment, consists of bringing together several investors in order to allow them to acquire together an existing and already rented property with a minimum investment of CHF 25’000. Each investor becomes co-owner of a percentage of the building, with nominative registration in the land register, and receives quarterly rental income. All the steps are done online and we provide a turnkey service from the selection to the management of the buildings.
Set of rental buildings in Lucens
A complex of four buildings with 30 apartments spread over four levels as well as 17 indoor and 11 outdoor parking spaces is for sale on our platform. Built in 1988, the buildings have been regularly maintained. Work is budgeted in the financial plan in order to work on the development of the assets.
The commune of Lucens (VD), which has more than 4,200 inhabitants, is equidistant from Lausanne and Fribourg and enjoys an excellent mobility network and proximity to the region’s main employment centers.
The acquisition price is very competitive (CHF 400’000 below the independent valuation of the CBRE firm). The acquisition is 44% financed by the investors’ equity and 56% by a mortgage loan financed by the Raiffeisen Bank. The Régie Naef is in charge of the real estate management. The large number of rental units allows a strong dilution of the rental vacancy risk. In addition, the rents of the apartments, which are below the market average, make them highly attractive.
“This property represents the largest transaction to date for Foxstone, which has already financed seven properties this year,” said Dan Amar, CEO of Foxstone. The digitization of processes and the growing number of registered investors (more than 9,500 in December 2020) allows us to increase our transaction volume and significantly reduce the time required to finance each new offering.