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Become an SCPI Primovie associate
Conditions of subscription to 30/09/2021
Before subscribing in SCPI shares, the investor must receive copies of the information notice, the statutes, the subscription notice, the most recent information bulletin, the “PRIIPS” key information document and the most recent annual report. These documents are available free of charge from Primonial REIM France and from their web-site: www.primonialriem.fr.
Consult the “fees” section of the information notice for a complete summary of the fees. You will find the subscription conditions on a dedicated page of the website.
SCPI potential revenues and share values may rise or fall in value. They are subject to property leasing conditions (occupation rates, leasing value). SCPI involve a capital loss risk. Shares purchased as bare ownership involve no inherent right to any form of revenue.
SCPI share transfer methods are related to the existence of a counter-party, the Société de Gestion de Portefeuille (SGP - Portfolio Management Company) does not guarantee the liquidity of the shares. Since these are property investments, they are considered to be of low liquidity and must be considered over the long-term, as part of an asset diversification approach.
The potential income from an SCPI as well as the values of the shares and their liquidity may rise or fall depending on the property market.
Risk of debt
The SCPI may go into a debt up to a maximum of 30 % of the value of its property assets. The amount received in the event of a sale will therefore depend on the repayment of the loan by the SCPI.
Risk associated with purchasing SCPI shares on credit
If the revenue generated by shares purchased on credit by the associate is not enough to repay the loan, or if the price decreases at the time that the shares are sold, the subscriber must make up the difference.
Risks associated with investing in property assets
Real-estate market variations may lead to significant variations in property values; the same also applies in the leasing market (vacancy rate, unpaid rent) and for the costs of technical property services.