- 8% NETNet Profit
- 5 Year Assured Returns Monthly Rental
- ROI up to 225Management Fee
- By Deduction Purchase Option (£69,000)Insurance
- Full Cash Purchase Option (£75,000)Property Taxes
- 85 Bedroom Care FacilityRent Guarantee
Located in the desirable and affluent area of Bingley, West Yorkshire, Gramont House is an open and operational nursing and care facility in the UK. With a total of 85 en-suite bedrooms, the facility is due to undergo a rolling refurbishment, which will work considerately alongside the staff and residents to transform this facility into a high quality nursing and dementia-specific care home that will appeal to both private and local authority individuals.
Situated near the rolling hills of the West Yorkshire countryside, Bingley is famous for its horticultural heritage, hosting the Bingley Flower Show for over 100 years. Located comfortably within reach of such major towns as Leeds, Skipton and Harrogate, Gramont House is ideally positioned to service the growing demand for specialist dementia care to an ageing population across the wider area.
An innovative new model has been specifically created to meet the needs of the care industry. With an ethical ROI made possible by a sustainable model that thoughtfully balances the needs of all parties, Gramont House represents an excellent opportunity to invest in the future of UK care.
An innovative new model
This new commercial buy-to-let purchase opportunity offers you circa 8% rental income per annum with a buy back option of up to 125% and an ROI up to 225% depending on your exit strategy. A choice of 4 assured exit strategies provides ultimate flexibility whilst rewarding long-term commitment with greater returns, delivering the most efficient and stable operation.
Additionally, with 2 purchase options, you may purchase a unit either with the full cash input of £75,000 and receive your first year’s rental income within 28 days of exchange, or take advantage of the by deduction model and benefit from a lower cash input of £69,000 by offsetting £6,000 against your 1st years rental income. All returns from year 2 onwards are paid annually in arrears.