SCPI Patrimmo Habitation 1, New Scellier BBC (low energy consumption building) residential property
The objective of Patrimmo Habitation 1 is to constitute a residential property portfolio that would provide its associates with access to the financial advantages of the Scellier BBC (Low Consumption Building) scheme, subject to the condition that the share conservation period is equal to the SCPI life cycle of 13 years and the minimum property rental period of 9 years.
The SCPI Patrimmo Habitation 1 subscription period has been closed since 31 January 2012.
SCPI Patrimmo Habitation 1 key figures
Source: Primonial REIM France at 31/12/2021.
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It also shows the fund's performance in terms of percentage loss or gain per year over the last 10 years.
The market value distribution rate (MVD) is a performance indicator over an accounting period (year). It is the gross annual dividend, before compulsory withholding tax, paid in respect of year n (including exceptional interim dividends and share of distributed capital gains), divided by the average share price in year n.
The payout ratio is an indicator of performance over an accounting period (year). It is the gross annual dividend, before withholding tax and other taxes paid by the fund on behalf of the shareholder, paid in respect of year n (including exceptional interim dividends and share of distributed capital gains), divided by the subscription price on January 1 of year N. This does not allow for comparison with the TDVM, the market value distribution rate, calculated in previous years.
1 - Risk factors
Prior to any subscription, please refer to the articles of association, information memorandum and DIC available, in French on the website. You will also find details of all fees and commissions on the subscription conditions page.
2 - Income and capital risk
The potential income of the SCPI may vary upwards or downwards, as may the withdrawal value of the unit. SCPIs carry a risk of capital loss. Units purchased in bare ownership do not entitle the holder to any income.
3 - Liquidity risk
Liquidity risk may arise from (i) large redemptions on the liabilities side, (ii) the difficulty of disposing of physical Real Estate Assets quickly, as the real estate market may offer less liquidity in certain circumstances, or (iii) a combination of both. The liquidity of SCPI units is not guaranteed by the management company. As this investment is invested in real estate, it is considered to be illiquid and should be considered on a long-term basis. In the event of dismemberment, the possibilities of withdrawing or selling units are limited or non-existent. Holders of stripped units are advised to retain their rights throughout the stripping period.
4 - Market risk
The potential income of the SCPI as well as the value of the units and their liquidity may vary upwards or downwards depending on the economic and property situation..
5 - Sustainability risk
A sustainability risk is an environmental, social or governance event or condition that, if it occurs, could have a material adverse effect, actual or potential, on the performance of the investment. Damage due to the realisation of sustainability risks may result in repair costs or physical inability to occupy the premises, which would result in a loss of rent. Such damage may deteriorate the value of the asset or make its disposal more difficult or impossible. The consideration of these risks is detailed in the appendix to the information note.
6 - Debt risk
The SCPI may use debt up to a limit of 30% of the value of its real estate assets. The amount received in the event of a withdrawal is then subject to the repayment of the loan by the SCPI.
7 - Risk associated with the purchase of SCPI units on credit
If the income from the shares purchased on credit by the partner is not sufficient to repay the loan, or if the price falls when the shares are sold, the subscriber must pay the difference.
8 - Risks related to investments in real estate assets
Variations in the property market may lead to significant variations in the value of buildings, as may changes in the rental market (risk of vacancy or non-payment) and the level of technical performance of buildings. The SCPI may also engage in development transactions (property development contracts) and VEFAs, which may expose it to the following risks
- Risks of default by the developer, main contractor, general contractors, etc.
- Risks of deferred collection from the time of completion of the building and its rental. The SCPI will therefore bear the rental risks normally associated with such assets.
There is a risk of capital loss that may be caused by fluctuations in property markets and/or currency exchange rates. Revenues are not guaranteed, they may rise or fall depending on how the trust performs. An SCPI is a long-term investment with a recommended investment period of 10 years. Liquidity is limited, the management company cannot guarantee the resale of shares. Past performances are not an indication of future performance.
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