Suure-Pärna, Liikva (II)
Mortgage secured construction loan
- Start of investment period12.03.2020
- Start time26.02.2020 09:25
- Asset classHealthcare
- Investment typeDevelopment
- Investment end date27.07.2020
- Remaining termOverdue 90+ days
- Expected rate of return11.55% p.a.
- Expected cash yield%
- No of investors516
- Goal€246 000
Here is next funding round of the first special care “village” in Estonia, “Liikva Päikeseküla” (Liikva Sun Village). When completed the special village will provide living, working and therapy opportunities for people with autism spectrum disorder. The village will be established approximately 20 km from Tallinn in Harku municipality.
The project will include the construction of three family houses (30 rooms in total) and a therapy house (total 1600 m2 gross buildable area). According to the contract construction cost is EUR 2.76 million + VAT. Construction has started - buildings' prefabricated glued logs have been delivered to the site; construction of internal roads and installation of underground heating circuit is completed; construction of buildings' foundations is in progress. Construction deadline is in October 2020.
The project Sponsor SA Liikva Päikesekodu (Foundation Liikva Päikesekodu) has received a grant from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) in the amount of EUR 1,020,000.
Crowdestate investors are offered the opportunity to finance the construction in current second investment round in amount of EUR 246,000 in accordance with construction bill and deed as at January 31, 2020. First rank joint mortgage has been established upon a private house at Kajaka St. 12d in Tallinn with a market value of EUR 388,000, upon Suure-Pärna 7.07 ha property and the right of superficies upon Suure-Pärna 7.07 ha property in Harku municipality.
Investment period is 16 months (until June 30th, 2021), with an interest rate of 11% p.a. (12% after a 6-month extension) and internal rate of return (IRR) of a loan with monthly interest payments is 11.55%.
Crowdestate investors’ loan will be refinanced with a bank loan after Liikva Päikeseküla has shown operating cash flow. An additional source of refund is proceeds from the sale of shares to those who enter the service.
Liikva Päikeseküla will provide following special care services: daily and weekly care for 30 people, daily care for 10 people and therapy services. The opening of the village is planned for the beginning of 2021.