Early repayment to the crowd- Bonafide Real Estate continues on the road to success!

  • Early repayment to EXPORO investors
  • Maturity: 31.03.2021
  • Already 6th early repayment

Monschau, 25.03.2021 - Bonafide Immobilien GmbH will make early repayments to crowdinvestors on 24.03.2021. This is an investment project on EXPORO: Am Amtshaus, in Dortmund (Mengede district).

Bonafide Real Estate Group- a stable crowd partner!

The project developer can already look back on 21 successfully completed crowd projects, of which 10 are still running and 11 have been successfully paid out to investors.

In addition, a total of 6 payments to investors were made ahead of schedule! So far, Bonafide Immobilien GmbH has been able to successfully market the real estate projects it manages and satisfy its customers and investors as a competent partner. "We are loyal to our investors.", says Alexander Wietasch, Managing Director of Bonafide Immobiliengruppe. As a project developer with over 40 years of experience, the company can also boast over €656 million in total project volume.

Background information on the real estate project:

The construction phase has already begun! The two dementia living communities, the nine nursing apartments and the day care are leased to an experienced general tenant. The lease includes a minimum term of 15 years and a two-time option to extend for 5 years each. The company has been active in outpatient care for the elderly and sick since 2002. Currently, 268 residents are cared for by a total of 106 employees.

The boarding house with a total of 33 service apartments is also leased to an experienced operator. He has already been managing boarding houses for several years. The lease was concluded for a minimum term of 15 years with a renewal option of 2 x 5 years.

In view of demographic change, new subsidized forms of housing, such as shared care homes, are becoming increasingly important. They offer a welcome alternative to traditional nursing homes, where individual care is often neglected due to a lack of nursing staff and excessive bureaucracy.

The family-oriented design of everyday life in a shared care apartment is intended to enable a social life that is as self-determined as possible and ensures the individual's quality of life as far as possible.