- Updated On:
- January 25, 2021
Real estate investment in tourist residence with annual rent of 4,174.80 excluding tax and profitability of 5.01% in Perpignan. The Appart'City Perpignan Center Gare is ideally located opposite the station in the center of Perpignan, 20 minutes walk from the Palace of the Kings of Majorca, only 15 km from the beach 10 minutes drive from Perpignan airport -Rivesaltes. The residence benefits from many advantages such as free access to Wi-fi, luggage storage and a terrace. For sale, we have a studio apartment on the ground floor with an entrance, a main room with kitchenette, a bathroom with toilet. The apartment is sold furniture. Invest without the rental worries. Guaranteed rent whatever the occupancy rate. Invest and create income net of tax thanks to the taxis of the LMNP (non-professional furniture rental). The LMNP (Non Commercial Furniture Rental) is a tax status that allows a particular to build a property portfolio guaranteeing a steady income, under extremely advantageous legal and tax conditions. Thanks to the LMNP, you rent an apartment or a house located in a residence of services (residences for tourists, for businessmen, for students or even for the elderly) and you assure you the complementary resources not taxable for the future. In addition to building up real estate assets, the LMNP allows you to save for your retirement and protect your family from need, because in the event of death or disability, the loan insurance reimburses the current credit and your loved ones can directly collect the income from this property. The medieval town of Perpignan, France is the capital of the Pyrénées-Orientales. The Roussillon City was also the continental capital of the Kingdom of Majorca during the 13th and 14th centuries. Conveniently located in the deep south of France, just 13 km (8.1 miles) west of the Mediterranean coast, this place has many historical sites and great places to visit. It is also accessible by train from the Gare de Perpignan railway station, which offers connections to several neighbouring cities, such as Paris, Barcelona, and Toulouse. Within easy reach of both the Mediterranean and the Spanish borders, Perpignan blurs the line between French and Catalan cultures. The meandering, palm-dotted Old Town is anchored by a rust-coloured, Romanesque palacea relic from when the city ruled the Kingdom of Mallorca. Perpignan isn't your average French city. Situated close to the border with Catalonia and just half an hour away from the Mediterranean, it was a capital of the Kingdom of Majorca during the Middle Ages and once belonged to Spain.
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