We create a risk/return profile for every property at crowdhouse. For this we rely on our internal experience, analysis software and the evaluation report by Wüest & Partner
In our rating, we try to give the co-owner an aid in the form of an assessment.
Market value according to Wüest & Partner report of 31st of March 2016: CHF 3'919'000
- New building condition
- Very accessible by car
- Very accessible by train
- Quiet location
- Beautiful view of the Trostburg castle
- Two-storey attic apartments (maisonette usable only with difficulty, apartments too large)
- Two-room apartments too big
- High construction activity in the surrounding communities
- Layout quality (sunlight, maisonette balconies, high proportion of area exposed to traffic)
Quality profile of the property according to Wüest & Partner report of 31st of March 2016:
Market matrix of the property according to Wüest & Partner report of 31st of March 2016:
Summary according to Wüest & Partner Report of March 31, 2016:
The long-term operating costs are estimated to be around 5.3% of the long-term target yield, and thus at a below-average level. Costs with an annuity of CHF 11.0 per m2 usable area are assumed for maintenance. Costs with an annuity of CHF 12.60 per m2 usable area are assumed for repairs, which are assessed at a below-average level due to the pristine condition of the property.
The market value determined by Wüest & Partner is higher than the purchase price, which suggests a sound purchase. The property is being purchased as a new building with a five-year GU guarantee and rent guarantee. No major renovation work can therefore be expected for the next ten years. This is therefore a new building with an extremely attractive dividend yield.