Elder Care Residences in Helsinki for Affluent German, Russian, Scandinavian citizens, seek Investors.
Wealthy Russians are seeking comfort, safety and quality of service to place their ageing and handicapped relatives in Finland.
Traxer Ltd specialising in International Trade & Business Development is seeking investors to launch Elder Care Homes in Helsinki Region to accommodate affluent German, Russian & Scandinavian citizens, seek Investors.
Despite the recessionary economic climate in Europe, and lack of capacity in Private Care homes in Scandinavia, the rising rents have had little impact to prevent the demands surpassing the supply.
Wealthy Russians are seeking comfort, safety and quality of service to place their ageing and handicapped relatives, and Finland is a preferred choice. Ease of access by rail, road, air from St. Petersburg and Moscow are prime considerations.
The City of Helsinki is in short supply of accommodation and currently pay Euro 180+/day/person and upto Euro 5000-; /month/person, short-term contracts, in some private care homes.
The Russian Elder Care Home Helsinki has a waiting list of upto 5 years, whilst the Swedish Elder Care Home in Helsinki has an entry fee of upto Euro 150,000-; per apartment and has a waiting list of 10+ years, exclusively for Swedish speaking clients.
A relatively small population of 5.5 million in Finland, enjoy one of the largest land-masses in European Union, clean fresh pollution-free environment, offers one of the highest Quality of Life in the world.
Equally Germans have had a great deal of respect and admiration for the Finland way-of-life, relaxed comfort, wholesome, in the Finnish countryside.
Traxer Ltd has identified three premises in the outskirts of Helsinki, within 30 kilometers to City Centre, and 10-15 kilometres to the International Airport.
One hotel which is located in the midst of Pine Forest, adjacent to a lake has 220 rooms, conference facilities, Spa and Healthcare options, can be used for Elder Care Residence as well as a hotel for visiting relatives. The surrounding park-land is ideal to offer a relaxing environment of pets and other smaller farm animals.
The second hotel with 122 rooms, is currently enjoying a 70%+ commercial occupancy, may increase the occupancy levels to over 100% with aggressive marketing management.
The third premises is currently occupied by patients suffering from Alzheimer's and Dementia, the management of which is seeking larger premises to meet the continued demand.
Above three premises are available on Lease for upto 10-15 years, or available For Sale outright. A 11 year lease for the 122 room hotel is offered at Euro 3 million to include Fixtures & Fittings, with a potential for recovery of investment during the first 4-6 years, by fully utilising the revenue generation potential.
All three facilities may be operated as Three Star luxury hotels, with restaurant, health-care, recreational facilities, and multi-lingual staff.
Options to offer Oriental Herbal Chinese and/or Aryuvedic Healthcare treatment for the handicapped is an option, for due consideration. Furthermore, balanced Chinese Oriental balanced health diets which are renowned for promoting longevity, with fresh produce flown-in regularly, are culinary options, which some clients might prefer.
Potential to bring-in operational staff from EU countries where labour costs are lower, as well as Oriental staff, with Senior Management and administrative professionals from Finland/Sweden/Russia/Germany, will undoubtedly increase the overall revenue, is part of the Business Model.
Currently we have identified qualified management staff (Finnish & Russian) with Gerontology Degree and experienced Elderly care professionals.
For more details, please contact-;
Stephen Lowe - CEO
FIN-01660 Vantaa, FINLAND
GSM-: +358 40 770 1234
GSM-: +358 40 770 2345
Contact: Stephen Lowe - Press Relations Traxer Ltd P.O.Box 16, FIN-01660 Vantaa, Finland Mob: +358 40 770 1234 E-mail: email@example.com SKYPE: StephenLoweTraxerFinland
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