Bryn Illtyd is a fantastic, brand-new care home investment opportunity in the heart of Wales offering its investors 8 – 10% NET returns from as little as £99,000
Prices from £99,000
8-10% NET yield per annum indefinitely
Optional buybacks at year 3,5,9,15 and 20
Ethical investment: specialist services for residential, nursing, dementia, mental health and learning disability
Hands off investment
No maintenance and ground rent
Fully Operational- IMMEDIATE return on investment
Facilities include fresh food served daily, on-site hair salon and chiropody services.
Bryn Illtyd Residential Home, operating for 25 years since its conversion, combines efficient care with a homely and comfortable environment. This ethical investment offers 8-10% NET yield per annum indefinitely, for units priced from £99,000.
Bryn Illtyd Residential Home is a fantastic opportunity to invest in an ethical property with a medium to long-term investment. Run by a registered manager, this investment consists of 40 rooms offering temporary respite and day-care for the local community complete with wheelchair facilities and access to a lift. Offering a comfortable environment for the tenants, this property's facilities include fresh food served daily, served to meet dietary requirements on request, on-site hair salon and chiropody services.
Catering to the needs of the elderly, Bryn Illtyd boasts a well-tended garden with a seating area and modern care technology to heighten the independence of its tenants. As the UK mortality rate continues to rise, this property makes a sound investment for both new and experienced investors.
Reservation fee: £1,000 (Plus £1,000 legals)
Simultaneous exchange and completion (within 30 days after reservation)
See table below for an example of the amount of returns you could earn:
Please note these figures do not take into account capital growth. We predict Manchester will increase significantly and terms of capital growth over the coming years. These figures below are based off today's estimated yield.
The UK has an ageing population, celebrating over 10 million aged 65 and older, outnumbering those aged 16 and under. With the baby boomer generation (1946-1964) reaching retirement age, the demand for residential and nursing homes is at high demand. Currently, 400,000 people are living in care homes, and over 800,000 people living with Dementia. By 2021, this is expected to rise to 1 million, and be more than double by 2050.
Due to the over 85-year-old demographic being the fastest growing age group, due to health, diets and preventative care, it is predicted that the number of people living in care will grow by 106% to over 2.6 million.
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