Frequently Asked Questions
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Example: Property A has following exchange rate - 0.1 EUR = 1 share. If you would like to invest 100 EUR, need to purchase 1000 shares.
- You get an instant income from the cashflow property is generating, which is being regularly transferred to your account.
- You benefit from the increase of the value of the property. You get this money right after you sell your shares.
Gross Yield is - estimated annualized percentage your money is able to earn on annual basis NOT INCLUDING property value increase. It’s calculated on actually concluded agreements.
Net Yield is estimated net percentage your money is earning on annual basis. In other words: Income that property generates minus all relative expenses and amortisation.
- Liquidity Index of the property - how easy is it to sell this property, should it be necessary.
- Vacancy Index - how easy is to find a tenant
- Price Growth Expectation - what is the estimated growth of real estate of this type in this area