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Leaseback Rules on 70% Changed

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One of the restrictions with French Leaseback status on a site has been that the development must have at least 70% of the properties in a lease to retain the French government ‘leaseback status”. If my French serves me, it seems  that this has changed in Mar 2015 and has been reduced to 55%. However, there […]

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Talking up French Leaseback !

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Really? A recent article in the Indo on 5 Alternative Ways to Invest your Savings suggests that we could look at buying a French Leaseback. One contributor from a prestige investments company admits that French banks have been ruthless with indebted Irish investors,  but believes that leaseback is an investment that can represent good value in […]

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Diarmaid Condon on French Leasebacks

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Have you seen Diarmaid Condon’s blog ? Sadly, I came to it too late, after I had already signed a second lease. That was the second mistake I made (the first was signing the first lease !). Diarmaid has been writing on property for a number of years and  is up to speed on the […]