Investing in Cape Verde
Cape Verde is protected by legislation which restricts the amount of touristic development. This allows investors to enjoy protection against over-supply, maximising the potential for capital growth. Furthermore, investors can utilise an SIPP funded purchase on Llana Beach Hotel, allowing them to take control over future retirement plans.
With the tourism booming (increasing by 115% since 2000), there has never been a better time to invest in Cape Verde. More and more visitors are being attracted each year by the stunning beaches and year round climate. This offers a very rewarding investment with a 7% Net Yield assured for 4 years during the construction of the property, to which the return will depend on the rental scheme, creating returns of between 6 – 9% based on the occupancy of the Hotel.
Purchase prices start from £115,000 for a whole property, however the developer is offering a fractional investment opportunity where investors can own part of a unit for as little as £10,000.
About the Resort
Situated between MELIÃ Tortuga Beach Resort and MELIÃ Dunas Beach Resort & Spa, Llana Beach Hotel & Spa will elevate the guest experience in Cape Verde to a new level of excellence.
This all-suite hotel has a breathtaking beach-front location for the most inspiring views on Sal Island. It is managed by Melia Hotels International under their prestigious 5-star MELIA brand. The world’s largest resort hotelier. No other hotel operator has a more superior record at driving rental bookings and commercial success.
A contemporary range of 601 luxurious Hotel Suites. Choose a Junior, Garden, Duplex, Beach-Front or Swim-Up Suite, each one is unique, stylish and of the highest standard.
The developer is the leading resort developer in Cape Verde, with 2 resorts already in successful business on Sal Island. They have a very strict approach to the due diligence process ensuring all of the necessary licenses, permits and permissions are in place in addition to full land ownership and an excellent working relationship with local government and authorities.Register your interest