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New Promotion - 6 High Standing Semi-detached Villas Available

CHF 2,590,000.-

GE - Confignon, Confignon

590 m²
257 m²
6.5
4
3
2

Description

Discover Our Exclusive Project in Confignon

We are delighted to present an exceptional project located in Confignon: six upscale semi-detached villas, compliant with Very High Energy Performance (THPE) standards, an invitation to quality of life and sustainability.

Each villa, rising over three levels with a floor area of more than 260 m², is a true haven of peace. Surrounded by landscaped gardens, they offer generous terraces and green spaces, conducive to a peaceful daily routine.
Their contemporary design, combined with triple exposure, guarantees remarkable luminosity and elegance.

The energy efficiency of these homes is not left out: thanks to their exceptional performance, residents will enjoy an additional real estate tax exemption for 20 years, combining tax benefits with an eco-responsible approach.

Strategically located, the villas benefit from easy access to local amenities, with shops 5 minutes away by car, an elementary school 12 minutes away on foot, a bus stop 6 minutes away, Lancy Pont-Rouge SBB station 19 minutes away by public transport, and downtown Geneva just 20 minutes away by car.

Showcasing Villa A
Villa F stands out for its 257 sq.m. of gross floor area, intelligently distributed over three levels, and situated on a 590 sq.m. plot.
  • Ground floor:A welcoming space with an entrance covered by an eaves, an entrance hall, a guest toilet, a kitchen opening onto the terrace and a vast 44 sq.m. living room, both of which open onto the terrace and garden.
  • First floor: This houses a master suite with access to a balcony and en suite bathroom, as well as three further good-sized bedrooms, two of which offer access to a second balcony, completed by two additional bathrooms.
  • Basement:A large play area, a laundry/technical room, and a PC shelter further enrich this home.

**Exterior features:**
  • Beautiful terrace ideally exposed.
  • A 451m2 garden.
  • A 31m2 two-car garage with automatic door.
  • A bicycle storage space.

**Excellent energy performance:**
  • Optimized solar energy: Take advantage of the installation of thermal and photovoltaic panels for efficient, environmentally-friendly energy management.
  • Year-round comfort : Our heat pump system with underfloor distribution ensures perfect room temperature, whatever the season.

**Budgets : **

This exceptional property is offered for sale off-plan, offering you the unique opportunity to customize every interior detail so that it perfectly reflects your style and meets all your expectations.
  • Kitchen: CHF 55,000 for appliances and fittings.
  • Sanitary: CHF 30,000 for equipment and installations.
  • Flooring and baseboards: From CHF 120 to 160/m², varies by room.
  • Tiling: From 60 to 140 CHF/m², adjusted according to rooms.
  • Exteriors: 60 CHF/m².

Additional features are possible as extras, namely: 
  • Staircase for direct access to basement from garden
  • Pool

For more information, contact us at 022.300.59.30 or info@ci-leman.ch.

Details

Neighbourhood
  • Villa area
  • Park
  • Green
  • Bus stop
  • Tram stop
  • Preschool
  • Primary school
Outside conveniences
  • Balcony/ies
  • Terrace/s
  • Garden
  • Quiet
  • Greenery
  • Noise barrier
  • Fence
  • Box
  • Visitor parking space(s)
  • Built on even grounds
  • Gabled
Inside conveniences
  • Box
  • Visitor parking space(s)
  • Open kitchen
  • Guests lavatory
  • Cellar
  • CP-Shelter
  • Connected thermostat
  • Triple glazing
  • Bright/sunny
Equipment
  • Fitted kitchen
  • Connections for washing tower
  • Shower
  • Bath
  • Home automation
Floor
  • Tiles
  • Parquet floor
Condition
  • New
Orientation
  • South
  • East
  • West
Exposure
  • Optimal
  • All day
View
  • Clear
Style
  • Modern
Standard
  • THPE (Very high energy performance)

Distances

 
Public transports
100 m
3'
3'
1'
Primary school
485 m
9'
9'
4'
Stores
560 m
10'
10'
5'
Restaurants
430 m
9'
9'
4'

Your financing

  • CHF i

    Votre prix d’achat n’inclut pas les éventuels frais annexes à l’acquisition immobilière.

  • CHF i

    Capitaux personnels dont vous disposez pour financer votre achat immobilier: épargne, donation, héritage, capitaux de prévoyance 2è et 3è pilier. Les avoirs de prévoyance 2è et 3è pilier ne sont utilisables que dans le cadre de l’acquisition de votre résidence principale. Cela ne comprend pas les éventuels frais annexes à l’acquisition immobilière (frais de notaire, divers impôts sur les retraits des avoirs de prévoyance, etc.).

    Les fonds propres minimaux requis par les établissements financiers sont généralement de 20% du prix d’achat.

  • CHF i

    Vos revenus bruts annuels fixes, avant déductions sociales. Il est possible également de prendre en compte d’autres revenus réguliers ou une activité professionnelle accessoire. Pour les revenus annuels variables, la prise en considération de ceux-ci varie en fonction de l’établissement financier.

Result

  • CHF i

    L’hypothèque de 1er rang représente les 66% premiers pourcents du prix d’achat. Cette hypothèque n’est pas, en principe, sujette à un remboursement annuel. Si vous êtes proche de l’âge de la retraite ou si vous avez déjà atteint l’âge légal de la retraite, les établissements financiers pourront vous proposer uniquement une hypothèque de 66% du prix d’achat au maximum.

  • CHF i

    L’hypothèque de 2è rang représente le montant de crédit excédant les premiers 66% de financement. Cette hypothèque de 2ème rang sera sujette à un remboursement annuel : en 15 ans maximum ou avant l’âge légal de la retraite.

  • CHF i

    Le montant de financement escompté, qui provient de la différence entre le prix d’achat et vos fonds propres.

  • i

    La valeur de votre hypothèque en pourcentage par rapport au prix d’achat. La valeur maximum de votre hypothèque ne doit pas dépasser 80% du prix d’achat.

    Dans certains cas spécifiques, la valeur maximum de votre hypothèque en pourcentage peut être diminuée en fonction de l’établissement financier (par exemple, si votre bien immobilier est considéré comme objet d’amateur, de luxe ou de vacances). Pour un particulier étant arrivé à l’âge légal de la retraite, les établissements financiers ne proposent généralement pas d’hypothèques supérieures à 66% du prix d’achat.

  • i

    Votre capacité de financement ou tenue des charges. Cette dernière est la comparaison entre vos revenus bruts et les charges annuelles théoriques liées au bien immobilier. Par défaut, le calculateur applique un taux théorique de 5% qui correspond au taux général utilisé dans tous les établissements financiers pour calculer votre capacité d’endettement. Ce pourcentage ne doit généralement pas excéder le tiers de vos revenus bruts annuels.

    Les charges annuelles théoriques sont composées des champs suivants :
    Montant de votre hypothèque multiplié par un taux théorique de 5%.
    Remboursement annuel, correspondant au remboursement de l’hypothèque de 2ème rang en 15 ans maximum ou avant l’âge légal de la retraite
    Charges d’entretien annuelles: 1% du prix d’achat

  • %
  • monthly annual
  • CHF CHF i

    Montant du prêt multiplié par le taux d’intérêt

  • CHF CHF i

    Hypothèque de 2ème rang remboursée en 15 ans maximum ou avant l’âge légal de la retraite.

  • CHF CHF i

    Prix d’achat multiplié par 1%

  • CHF CHF i

    Vos charges annuelles estimées après acquisition de votre bien immobilier.

EQUITY

EQUITY


Equity is the money you will contribute to the purchase of a property in Switzerland.

In general, the mortgage loan granted by financial institutions is 80% at most; 20% of the purchase price must therefore be supplemented by your own funds: your savings, your investments, your bank or insurance 3rd pillar, your pension fund (2nd pillar), a gift or advance on inheritance, a loan from a third party or a building plot.

Since 1 July 2012, it has been mandatory to bring in at least 10% of your own funds that do not come from your pension fund or a loan from a third party.

PROPERTY TAXATION

PROPERTY TAXATION


There are different categories of property taxation when you become a homeowner:

  •  Wealth tax: The tax value of your property will be added to your assets. However, you can deduct the capital value of your mortgage.

  • Income tax: When you buy a primary residence, the tax authorities will calculate a rental value and add it to your annual income. However, you will be able to deduct the annual mortgage interest and maintenance costs of your home. The tax value and the rental value generally have an annual tax allowance that differs from canton to canton.

  • Supplementary property tax: This cantonal tax, which is payable annually, is generally calculated as a ‘per thousand’ of the tax value of your property. This does not take into account the annual tax value allowance or the capital deduction for the mortgage amount. If your property has a high energy performance or very high energy performance (Minergie) label, it is possible to apply for an exemption from supplementary tax in some cantons.

SECOND PILLAR

SECOND PILLAR


The 2nd pillar can be used in two ways in the context of a property purchase (main residence only):

  • By early withdrawal of all or part of your second pillar.
  • By pledging your second pillar.

In the first case, you build up part of your own funds by withdrawing a certain amount from your second pillar. It is important to note that this will reduce your pension benefits once the withdrawal is made. There is also a tax on the withdrawal of capital benefits (between 3% and 10% of the amount of the capital withdrawal made, depending on your marital status, the amount and the tax municipality).

In case of a full repayment of the withdrawal made, the taxes paid will be refunded. Using your 2nd pillar for home ownership may be more complicated if you have made a purchase in the three years prior to the capital withdrawal.

In the second case, you pledge your pension assets as collateral for the mortgage. There is no tax or reduction in old-age benefits. However, supplementary insurance cover is usually requested by financial institutions when granting a mortgage.

THIRD PILLAR

THIRD PILLAR


The 3rd pillar, whether bank or insurance, can be used in different ways when buying property:

By withdrawing it to build up equity or by pledging it as collateral.

In the first case, the withdrawal from the 3rd pillar generates a tax on the withdrawal of the pension capital (this varies according to the marital status, the amount and the tax municipality, estimated at between 3% and 10%).

In the second case, the 3rd pillar can be used as collateral for the mortgage you are about to take out and can be used to pay off the mortgage indirectly: the amount of the annual premium must cover the amount of the amortisation requested by the bank.

ANCILARY COSTS

ANCILARY COSTS


The ancillary costs associated with a property purchase in Switzerland are generally made up of:

Notary fees: All costs, taxes (transfer duties), fees and charges related to the property transaction. These are generally estimated at around 5% of the purchase price in Geneva and Vaud, but this percentage may vary from one canton to another.

AMORTISATION

AMORTISATION


Amortisation is the repayment of the mortgage. Generally, financial institutions require that the 2nd mortgage be repaid over a period of 15 years or at the latest before the legal retirement age. Repayment can be quarterly, half-yearly or annually.

There are two types of amortisation for a principal residence:

  • Direct amortisation: You pay your mortgage directly to the financial institution each year, which will reduce the amount of the loan each year, as well as the interest charge, but will also reduce your annual tax deductions.

  • Indirect amortisation: Instead of paying the annual amortisation amount each year against the mortgage, you pay it into a 3rd pillar bank or insurance to benefit from the related income tax deductions. Your interest burden will remain constant as will your annual tax deduction. Your loan will then be reduced by the amount saved in the 3rd pillar at retirement age and/or at the maturity of the life insurance policy.

TAXES ON THE WITHDRAWAL OF PENSION CAPITAL

TAXES ON THE WITHDRAWAL OF PENSION CAPITAL


If you use a withdrawal from your pension assets to build up part of your own funds for a property purchase, you will be subject to tax on the withdrawal of pension assets. This varies according to marital status, amount, and tax municipality (between 3% and 10%). These costs are not considered by the financial institutions when granting the mortgage loan and you are responsible for them.

MORTGAGE NOTE

MORTGAGE NOTE


A mortgage note is a title issued by the Land Registry. It is required by the financial institution as security for the mortgage. The notary sends the mortgage note to the bank in exchange for the mortgage amount. The mortgage note must always be attached to real property, otherwise it is extinguished.

A mortgage note that is no longer being used as security for a mortgage loan can be reused by its owner in a number of ways:

To take out a subsequent mortgage (to finance renovation or conversion of the property)

  • The mortgage note can be moved to a new property purchase
  • The mortgage note can be transferred to a third party (for example: in the case of a real estate sale, it is entirely possible to transfer your note to the buyer of your property free of charge or sell it to them).

MORTGAGE LOAN

MORTGAGE LOAN


This is the loan that financial institutions will make available to enable you to acquire the property you want. The mortgage is usually divided into two parts:

The 1st mortgage generally covers the first 66% of the loan on the purchase price. The 2nd covers everything above the first 66% of the loan and it is this amount that will be repaid over 15 years or before the legal retirement age.

The mortgage is usually up to 80% on properties considered standard. This can be reduced to a lower percentage for various reasons: your age, the type of property to be financed and the use to which it is put. For example, a holiday home or luxury property is usually financed at 66% of the purchase price.

MORTGAGE RATES

MORTGAGE RATES


Financial institutions offer you the opportunity to take out a mortgage by offering different types of mortgages. You can choose different types of rates for your mortgage: fixed or variable with different durations, generally ranging from 1 month to 15 years. It is entirely possible to spread your mortgage over different rates with different terms depending on your financial strategy and expectations. This is known as the ‘mortgage tranche’ system.

In case of early termination of the mortgage rate, financial institutions ask for an exit fee (penalty).

CASATAX

CASATAX


Casatax is a reduction in registration fees when buying a home in the canton of Geneva only. You can benefit from this reduction only on the purchase of a main residence in Geneva at a maximum price of CHF 1,258,454 (2022 scale, value indexed each year). If you meet these criteria, you will receive a reduction in transfer tax of CHF 18,877 and the registration fee for mortgage deeds will be reduced by half. You must occupy your main home for a continuous period of at least 3 years, otherwise the reduction you have benefited from must be repaid (exception: death of the beneficiary).

PENALTY/COMPENSATION FOR EARLY TERMINATION

PENALTY/COMPENSATION FOR EARLY TERMINATION


In the case of early termination of a mortgage product with a defined term, financial institutions normally charge an early termination fee or exit penalty. The parameters considered for the calculation of the penalty are generally the amount of the loan to be terminated, the period remaining until the maturity of the mortgage product and the difference in the level of rates between the date your mortgage was taken out and the date it is terminated. This penalty can be very costly depending on the above-mentioned parameters and it is therefore important to anticipate this potential problem as far as possible when choosing your fixed rate strategy.