Receive a guaranteed 7% gross annual return by purchasing one of Scotia’s high-quality showhomes and lease it back to Scotia for an agreed period of time.
How does ‘Showhome Sale and Leaseback’ work?
Purchase one of Scotia’s high-quality showhomes, all finished to a high specification and comes complete with all the furnishings, fixtures, fittings and a landscaped garden.
Lease it back to Scotia for an agreed lease period (12-24 months depending on development)
Receive a 7% gross annual return of the property purchase price.
At the end of the lease, you’ll have a stunning showhome to move straight into or rent on the open market.
Full breakdown of cost, rental periods and pricing can be downloaded below.
For more details on the showhome sale and leaseback opportunity, please speak to the relevant sales advisor:
Forfar, Glenview – Vicki Elder
Tel: 07813 726528, E-Mail: email@example.com at The Showhome, 1 Oakwood Place (Off Dundee Road), Forfar DD8 1FB.
Inverness, Culloden West – Debbie Johnston
Tel: 07966 526455, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org at The Marketing Suite, 14 Appin Drive (Off Barn Church Road), Stratton, Inverness, IV2 7AL.
Croy, Inverness, Highwood – Roma McIntosh
Tel: 07795 241868, E-Mail: email@example.com at The Marketing Suite, 1 MacKinnon Drive, Croy, Inverness IV2 5PD.
Showhomes Open: Thursday to Monday 10.30am to 5.30pm
Scotia can only provide information about the buy-to-let opportunity and does not provide advice or make any recommendation in relation to any acquisition of a buy-to-let property.
It is important that you understand the risks of investing in a buy-to-let property and Scotia recommends that you get advice from a professional adviser before you commit to buying a property.
Full details of the leaseback agreement will be specific to each plot and these will be discussed with the buyer in full before legal completion. Other than agreeing to enter into the sale and leaseback arrangement, Scotia gives no guarantee of the future rental opportunity or yield in relation to the properties.
It should be noted that the value of properties, the rental potential and income from properties is subject to general economic conditions and risks.