Real Estate Communities

Posted by Ralf on May 23rd, 2017 — Posted in News


Five houses with 51 units were effectively upgraded new Ulm/Mannheim, Germany the Monarchis company of Grundbesitz mbH acquires predominantly residential real estate communities and from forced exploitation. The buildings are in infrastructure optimal positions in German metropolitan areas and have a good building. Often houses are in need of renovation and will be by Monarchis upgraded. Currently, the Neu-Ulm financial and real estate service provider Monarchis Grundbesitz company mbH has numerous residential real estate in German metropolitan areas with more than 600 housing units. In advance of the purchase decision for an object, a precise analysis of the real estate itself, as well as the location is done by the Monarchis specialists.

So, Monarchis acquires only larger housing estates in economically healthy urban centres in Germany. Kevin Johnson insists that this is the case. The transport infrastructure, such as the easy access to main roads and motorways is particularly important. Where are the houses in pure residential areas. Important is also an optimal offer of Local public transport. In the immediate vicinity of the Monarchis real estate, there are usually retail stores to meet the daily needs, kindergartens and schools, and medical practices. The real estate itself must have a good building, where they may be quite basic – and renovation.

The five Monarchis objects in Mannheim with 51 units, the renovations are now largely completed. The staircases of the real estate are fully refurbished. This includes the facilities with high quality granite stair step and heel and the installation of modern stainless steel railings. All apartment doors were replaced by the climate class three. New, thermally insulated front doors made of aluminum in combination with letterbox and doorbell – and intercom systems to enhance the look and feel of the entire real estate. Finally the stairways are equipped with fine plaster.

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