Property: Invest for seniors


As there are only 200 senior residences in France and one third of the French population will be over 60 by 2050 (compared to 20% nowadays) more and more property developers are starting to offer new residences for seniors.

These residences come with numerous fiscal advantages and are a very good and secure investment.

These high quality residences for seniors are created for the benefit of both investors and tenants and are designed for the comfort of the elderly whilst also providing numerous services to help them in everyday life.

Sextant New Build offers investors the possibility to invest in beautiful and brand new residences for seniors located in Agde (34300), Marseille (13001), Montelimar Village and Montelimar ville (26200) and Saint Avertin (37550).

These residences offer security, comfort, well being and relaxation services and are always situated near the town centre and a few minutes’ walk from all amenities (transports, shops…).

They comprise studio to 3 bedroom apartments: each well equipped and fitted to make tenants’ life easier and some of them also come with a balcony/terrace and/or a parking lot.

Investing in a new senior residence means:

–          Investing in a quality and secure residence

–       Investing in a low energy consumption property and enjoying a fiscal reduction of up to 32% of the acquisition price of the accommodation. For example in some residences the living rooms are heated by heat pumps, and 50% of the water needed is heated by solar panels.

Finally as the population is going grey and life expectancy is constantly increasing, the demand for senior residences is increasing and will continue to do so for the next years whatever the economic context.

For more information visit the Sextant website or contact us by email: or by phone on: 020 7428 4910

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