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Llana Beach, Cape Verde.

Llana Beach, Cape Verde

Capital Growth, Income, Return - High
Llana Beach Hotel & Spa is situated between two, 5 star Melia International resorts on the island of Sal. Nestled between Melia Tortuga Beach and Melia Dunas Beach Resort, Llana Beach Resort will offer guests luxury and elegance above and beyond what is currently on offer across Cape Verde.

Cape verde, idyllically located off the west cost of Africa, consists of ten breathaking islands and five individual islets. Commanding year round average temperatures of 29c, and with no wet season, the collection of islands, located just one hour south of the canaries, offers a real alternative to the Caribbean.

The archipelago is fast become renowned for its vast array of culture and white sandy beaches – all in an accessible location – and was recently voted in the top 3 ‘Must Visit’ destinations by Lonely Planet.  It is no surprise therefore that tourism in the region has grown by 107% in the last 5 years. This trend is set to continue with an increase in arrivals of 20% annually, as reported by government figures.

Basic economics states that with an increase in demand must come an increase in supply, and as popularity of the islands increases year on year, so does the demand for majestic sea-view apartments and villas. The Llana Resort is a 601 all-suite 5 star hotel, the third Sal Island Resort by The Resort Group, intended to offer the increasing level of island visitors a slice of luxury.

Est. capital growth 6% p.a. with projected income of 6% – 9% p.a. post completion (est. 2015). 7% return on your invested capital invested (During construction), or Up to a 17.6% instant uplift on the amount of capital invested, dependant upon the payment option you choose.

Update: The Resort Group has just won the award for Leading Hotel in Cape Verde. For more info click here.

Income

6% – 9% per annum net yield paid quarterly. In order to deliver these figures The Resort Group need to achieve 65% occupancy which is already the worldwide average. We believe this occupancy rate to easily be achieved as the first resort, Melia Tortuga reported way above this low rate with in a short period of time after opening. In fact Melia Tortuga has continued to report high occupancy rates, giving consistent income for investors.

Llana Beach Hotel is based on the Paradisus range of hotels which are some of the best in the world. It’s this kind of high end product that has a long term value.

Melia International have over 100,000 hits to their booking site every month and The Resort Group are already working with Thomsons as well as being in talks with Thomas Cook and other holiday operators, to ensure high occupancy levels are not left to chance and agreed in advance giving piece of mind to investors.

The track record of the developer now speaks for its self, this and the fact you will be partnered with one of the worlds leading hotel brands, Melia International, we feel justifies the rating of a low risk property investments.

Why not explore this property investment further and make an enquiry by completing the form below or call me on 01273 763900

 

Chris Mansfield

Managing Director

A strong emerging tourist destination, Cape Verde is the new alternative to the Carribean and I believe that Llana Beach will be the best hotel on Sal island for some time. The unique finance structure of The Resort Group can enable the portions of SIPPS (Self Invested Personal Pensions) to be enhanced by 17.6% instantly.

Capital Growth

6%p.a. considered to be achievable, Tortuga has already achieved an average of 10% growth p.a.

The supply and demand economics of Cape Verde are very favourable. It’s not big enough to support a property ‘bubble’ and lacks the infrastructure to support a building frenzy. Plus with strict planning permissions, the Cape Verde government is intent on keeping the island from being unspoilt. Pigs will fly before any high rises appear.

All expenses, taxes, accounting are covered for free by The Resort Group. There’s no catch with that free service, it’s obviously in their best interests to ensure that the owners taxes are done correctly.

The Resort Group own the bars, restaurants, boutiques, water sports etc and make their profit from maintaining high occupancy levels.

Exit

We suggest that property investing should be viewed as a medium to long term investment, with the intention of investing for 5 years plus. having said that no investor is tied in for any length of time. Any investor can sell their freehold property investment at any time and the developer also has a buy back option if required.  At any stage we will assist any investor, whether an existing client of Davenport or not, with the resale of their investment property, promoting to both the open market and our existing clients.

Security

Outright title deed ownership.

There are plenty of detailed reports and projections as well as a layout of site plans, suite plans and much more in our information only area.

Significant facts about the project

Grupo San Jose are an international, established builder. The budget is drip fed to them in stages as completion is reached.

Melia International have again been secured as the operator and being the largest resort hotelier in the world they are sure to bring significant value.

The Chief Architect of Melia International has designed Llana Beach hotel specifically to the requirements of their customer base.

Investors money is held in fully ring fenced accounts and can only be used to build your unit on Llana Beach hotel.

This resort is cash flow independent of any kind of financing and sufficiently capitalised.

I first heard of Davenport Property Investment through some friends, and because I was trying to get information about how to invest a particular sum rather wisely, I attended one of their Property Investment Seminars. I have to say how gratified I was to find it both informative and useful, with no hard selling or inappropriate ‘pushy’ questions. I got very straight answers from the Directors of the business, plus I had valuable input from the relevant on-the-ground developers who work with them. As I began to get a clearer idea of what my investment could achieve, I met with endless patience from Davenport’s Managing Director, Chris Mansfield, who guided me carefully through my stated options, always giving detailed information on possible outcomes and different scenarios. My risk strategy was assessed, some options were consequently discarded, whilst others were suggested and then discussed in full. Most importantly for me – every question I fielded (and there were many) was met with courtesy and informed detail. I had no pressure to make a decision, but having now made an investment through Davenport, I find I have peace of mind about my decision. And I know if any questions should arise in the future, I can rest assured that they will be met with speed, knowledge and discretion.

Jill Davies

An enticing enterprise: How the recession has made pretty Cape Verde a wise investment
Daily Mail
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Tourist Development in Cape Verde: The policy challenge of coping with success
Overseas Development Institute
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Africa Investor Report
UNIDO
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Cape Verde sees tourism growth by 27.4%
Cape Verde
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