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France 'usufruite'/propriete Nue As Investment

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We are promoting a different sort of property investment in France, that might stand up well for those who do ot seek an annual return but good capital growth.

Basically it is a separation of the walls and the use, like freehold/leasehold but no leases involved. The use and the property are sold sparately. You buy the property at about a 50% discount to the market, but have no use of it for 16 years. the owner of the use pays all taxes and bills in that period.

At the end of the 16 years the use comes back and hence you can sell the propertythat you bought for 50% at 100% of its value, reaping also 16 years of property price appreciation on the whole 100% of its value. As after 16 years you have no Capital gains liability on property in France, it is a simple investment with no taxes, costs etc after the initial purchase. details are here http://nizas.com/france_properties/French+...perty-ref5.html

and an example assuming 5% annual growth is here http://www.moving-to-france.com/buying_inv...ties_france.php

Interested in opinions, as i am not well up on the capital gains tax implications in Britain and Ireland on an investment like this.



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