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Apartment house in Vienna with a 2,5% yield

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Apartment house in Vienna with a 2,5% yield

6,300,000 €
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Total area: 2,646 m² Yield: 2.5%
  • Absolute return: 159,084 €
  • Percentage of the rented area: 78%

It is an apartment house in Neubau, Vienna.


The building area is 2,646 m².

78% of spaces are leased out.

Financial performance

Absolute income is 159,084 €.

THe current yield of 2,5%

Location and nearby objects

Neubau is one of the world's major centers of cultural life. It is best suited for young, creative, liberal and energetic people who know a lot about entertainment. This is the best district for nightlife lovers thanks to the many trendy cafes, bars and clubs. Photography enthusiasts will enjoy photo museum (Fotomuseum WestLicht), literature fans will like the literary cafes Oben (Bibliothekscafé ”Oben“).

Spittelberg located in the eastern part of Neubau. It is an area consisting of several neighborhoods with houses built in the early XIX century in Biedermeier style. Streets Gutenberggasse, Shpittelberggasse, Shrankgasse converted into a pedestrian zone and traditionally accomodate Christmas markets.

Additional information is available after signing a NDA.

Purchase costs regulated by law

  • Transfer tax 3.5%
  • Agent commission 3.6% (incl. VAT), for buy-to-let investors 3%
  • Registration fee 1.1%
  • Legal fees 1.2–2.4% (incl. VAT), for buy-to-let investors 1–2%

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