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Nursing homes: Obtain your Irish residency through a safe and profitable investment

30/07/2020
Nursing homes: Obtain your Irish residency through a safe and profitable investment

With an economy that was out performing many others in Europe prior to coronavirus, and tipped by the head of Citi Europe to be one of the fastest countries to bounce back, Ireland is a particularly attractive prospect for Hong Kong investors. Ireland’s Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP) thankfully offers a number of easy routes to residency for Hong Kongers, including for people who invest in the construction of nursing homes.

Building the future for Ireland’s elderly, and for your family

Ireland has in recent years suffered a lack of investment in nursing homes, leading to a severe shortage of suitable specialist residential housing for the elderly. Coupled with an increasingly aging population, the country is looking to ramp up construction of new care units for the elderly.

This situation has led to a significant opportunity for Hong Kongers looking to invest or live in the country, as well as the opportunity to make a difference and make a real impact on society and the lives of elderly individuals. According to Henry Chin of CBRE, “The market is already undersupplied in terms of nursing homes and this is only going to get more acute as the population ages. Clearly, investment in health cares and nursing homes is a huge opportunity.”

Applying for Irish residency via IIP is fairly straightforward, with short processing times and no quotas. Investment in Nursing homes offer Hong Kong investors capital protection with a potential profitable return.

Why Bartra?

Bartra specialise in helping Hong Kong investors to gain residency and via secure investments. When investing in Irish nursing homes, we’re offering a five-year term with a 4% annual return, payout at maturity, and 100% approval and renewal rates. Importantly, we offer end-to-end services, so you can be sure that your investment and your family’s future is in safe hands all the way through the process.