Heather Hall – Buy-to-let Care Home Opportunity Up to 10% NET Returns P.A.

  • Heather Hall – Buy-to-let Care Home Opportunity Up to 10% NET Returns P.A.

Overview

Heather Hall is the latest care home property investment opportunity now available for purchase, soon to be operated by established UK care provider Qualia Care.

Situated in the North of England, this second generation, purpose-built and fully operational care home has a good rating with the CQC, is registered for 34 beds and joins a successful portfolio of Qualia Care homes.

Situated in a prime location the fully-managed care facility will provide much needed quality specialist care services to the surrounding area and  service the increasing need for personal and nursing care by offering high-quality residential, nursing and dementia-specific provision for over 65s.

The Opportunity

Purchasing a unit(s) at Heather Hall provides a contractually assured rental of up to 10% per annum through a 25-year sublease, with 4 assured buy-back options from year 10 and a total return of up to 260%, depending on your chosen exit strategy.

A choice of 4 assured exit strategies provides good flexibility, in years 10, 15, 20, and 25 respectively, rewarding longer-term commitment with greater returns whilst maintaining a sustainable operation.

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To find out more about this buy-to-let opportunity, get in touch with our team today.

£65,000

UNITS AVAILABLE

West Yorkshire, UK

Full Cash Purchase Option (£65,000)
Up to 10% NET Returns

  • 8% NET Year 1-5 (£5,200 Rental P.A.)

  • 9% NET Year 6-10 (£5,850 Rental P.A.)

  • 10% NET Year 11 onwards (£6,500 Rental P.A.)

Rental income paid in arrears from the date of exchange, either annually, biannually or quarterly.
125-year-long leasehold purchase
4 Exit Strategies
ROI up to 260% over 25 Years

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