Kapitalanlage Borna - Bereits 75% der Wohneinheiten reserviert

Residential complex with attractive interest rate

Total investors Funding target
€ 495.040 € 500.000
Holding period
24
This project has been successfully funded.
6,0% Interest p.a.
24 Months ca. Term
  • Investment type Loan
  • Interest payments Semi-annually
  • Funding threshold € 350.000
  • Funding target € 500.000
  • Funding limit € 600.000
  • Time until repayment 24 Months
Note in accordance with section 12 (2) of the German Investment Act (Vermögensanlagengesetz):
The acquisition of this financial instrument involves considerable risks and can lead to the complete loss of the capital employed.

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Investment Overview

  • 6 % interest rate p.a.
  • Experienced issuer with a strong track record
  • Term of 24 months
  • Semiannual interest payment
  • Several rented apartment buildings 
  • No fees for investors

Reasons why you should invest 

1. Location with potential

The town of Borna is only 33 km away from Leipzig and clearly benefits from its proximity to the Saxon metropolis. Since 2010, Leipzig has been one of the fastest-growing cities in Germany, experiencing an annual increase of more than 10,000 people. This corresponds to an average annual growth of 2%. Leipzig's potential is reflected in the often-used term hypezig. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, several large industrial companies, including Siemens, Porsche, BMW, Amazon and DHL, settled here with partners and suppliers. In addition, the city has established itself as an important center for energy, information and finance.

2. Attractive interest rate

For residential real estate, 6.0% p.a. represents a very good return. An ideal investment for investors who only want to tie up their capital for a manageable time horizon.

3. Experienced issuer

The issuer Alpha Real Estate Holding GmbH is an asset and investment manager active throughout Germany. The focus is on residential properties in B- and C-cities, where high price increases are still possible. In 2020, the single sale of 641 residential units could be realized. For the first half of 2020, a sales increase of 270% was communicated.

4. Business modell with high margins

The issuer operates the extremely attractive subdivision business. This involves trying to buy an apartment building at the lowest possible price per square meter. The building is then divided into individual condominiums, which can then be sold at a significantly higher price per square meter. This high-margin business model gives the investor the certainty that the issuer will be able to pay the agreed interest rate.

Developer

The Alpha Real Estate Group is a nationwide active asset and investment manager specialising in residential real estate. The focus of its activities is on the privatisation of residential portfolios. With its range of services, Alpha Real Estate Group realizes potential for private investors and professional investors as well as for tenants and owner-occupiers. A full range of property management services complements the portfolio of the fast-growing real estate company.

Property

 

Project Several apartment buildings
Usage Residential
Living space 9.586 m²
Occupancy rate approx. 75% rented
Location An der Petersgrube 1-16, Breunsdorfer Weg 2-20, 04552 Borna
Funding-Goal 500,000 €
Minimum duration 24 months
Repayment Sale of the property
Interest rate payments seminannual

Great Location

Borna

Macro position Leipzig 

"Hypezig' - Leipzig mutates into a trendy metropolis" was the headline of the Handelsblatt. Since 2010, Leipzig has been one of the fastest-growing cities in Germany, experiencing an annual increase of more than 10,000 people.

Very high demand   

Leipzig's population has grown by an average of 2% a year since 2010. Between 2012 and 2014, it was even the fastest-growing major city in Germany. The actual development exceeded any forecasts. The strong growth is explained by the influx of young people for the sake of work, with new large employers and the surplus of births in 2013 and 2014. In 2015, the population increased by almost 16,000 and in 2016 by 10,000 inhabitants. As a result, there is a strong need for housing.

Strong economy  

After reunification, several large industrial companies also settled here, including Siemens, Porsche, BMW, Amazon and DHL with partners and suppliers. In addition, the city has established itself as an important center for energy, information and finance.

Rich in culture  

Leipzig has a great musical tradition, which goes back above all to the work of Johann Sebastian Bach and Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy and is based today, among other things, on the importance of the Gewandhaus Orchestra and the St. Thomas Boys Choir.

Leipzig is also known for its wealth of elaborately restored or reconstructed cultural monuments and urban canals, the species-rich zoo, and the Leipziger Neuseenland (Leipzig Neuseenland), which was created by recultivating former open-cast lignite mines.

Location

The tradition-rich town of Borna is the administrative seat of the Leipzig district and about 33 kilometers from the Saxon metropolis. The location clearly benefits from its proximity to Leipzig. Many commuters have settled here and it is also an ideal alternative to the big city of Leipzig for families.


The city's largest employer is Klinikum Borna, which, along with Krankenhaus Zwenkau, is part of Sana Kliniken Leipziger Land. Kliniken Leipziger Land is a hospital providing basic and standard care and currently has 480 beds in ten bed-carrying specialist departments with eleven head physician-managed clinics and institutes. The hospital is an academic teaching hospital of the University of Leipzig.


After reunification, the former lignite site underwent a significant structural change towards renewable energies. In recent years, several large-scale solar power plants have been connected to the grid in Borna.
Today, the chemical and plastics industries, communications and control technology, construction, services and trade are the dominant sectors. With the federal freeway A 72 Borna has received an efficient traffic connection to the regions Leipzig/Halle and Chemnitz/Zwickau. This leads to the strengthening of the economic area within the European metropolitan region "Sachsendreieck".

 

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