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Description
Alp Real Estate is offering you an exceptional opportunity to purchase an off-plan flat in a magnificent new development currently under construction in the heart of the resort of Nendaz. These are the last new flats available as second homes in the resort. Of course, they can also be purchased as a primary residence. Just a 5-minute walk from the ski lifts and 50 metres from the resort's shops, this residence offers every advantage, with magnificent views of the mountains and the Rhone Valley.Its distinctive architectural style is both modern and authentic, combining wood and natural stone. The materials used are of the highest quality and add a great deal of comfort to the property. Interiors can be chosen to suit individual tastes. This small residence of 16 homes offers flats ranging from studios to 6.5 rooms.New 4.5-room flat with large terrace:Entrance hall with built-in cupboardOpen-plan kitchen with central island Pleasant living and dining room with large windows opening onto the superb terrace2 double bedrooms en suite with bathroom (shower), built-in wardrobes and access to balcony/terrace1 single bedroom en suite with bathroom (shower), built-in wardrobes and access to balcony/terraceGuest WCAll flats have a terrace and/or balcony, a cellar and a ski locker.2.5 rooms from : Frs 790'000.-3.5 rooms from : Frs 840'000.-4.5 rooms from : Frs 1'130'000.-6.5 rooms (duplex) from : Frs 2'760'000.-Indoor parking space: CHF 40,000 on top of the sale priceExternal parking space: CHF 18,000 in addition to the sale priceFlats available by the end of 2023.Detailed description, plans and price list of available lots on request.Only a few flats left!
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3
157 m2
4.5 Rooms Flat
Haute-Nendaz
4.5 Rooms Flat
CHF 1'290'000.-
Description
Prestigious duplex penthouse flat in a small 3-storey building built in 2006 in a very quiet area just a stone's throw from the heart of the resort, with lovely view of Veysonnaz and the snow-capped peaks of the Bernese Alps. This magnificent 240 m2 flat has been finished to a very high standard. It faces south-east, so it gets plenty of sunshine all year round which you can enjoy on the different balconies. The flat comprisesGround floor:Entrance hall with built-in cupboardsA first living room with two large picture windows opening onto a large balcony that runs around the flat.A large bedroom with en-suite shower room facing south-east and access to the balcony. Two pretty, cosy double bedrooms with north-west-facing balconiesA large bathroom with corner bath, shower, double washbasin and toilet. First floor:A spacious living room with impressive high ceilings highlighting the magnificent roof structure with bay windows giving access to a pleasant south-east-facing balcony. A central stone and wood fireplace glazed on all 4 sides provides the warm, cosy atmosphere you'd expect from a mountain property. An open-plan wooden kitchen with bar and access to the north-west balcony.Guest toiletOne double bedroom with north-west-facing balconySingle bedroom with balcony facing south-eastBathroom with double washbasinsA room with a washing columnThis spacious flat also includes a cellar and 3 parking spaces, 1 in the underground garage and 2 parking spaces outside.Available for sale to our Swiss and international customers as a primary or secondary residence.
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3
240 m2
Prestigious duplex apartment in a quiet location
Description
New ski in/out flats in the Le Cervin residence in the Dixence Resort, a hotel complex with thermal baths, residences and chalets, located in the commune of Hérémence in the Valais in the 4 Valleys ski area including the resorts of Thyon-Les Collons, Veysonnaz, Nendaz, La Tzoumaz and Verbier. At an altitude of 1750 metres, the flats offer a breathtaking panoramic view of the Val d'Hérens, the Rhône plain, the Dent Blanche massif and the Matterhorn. The residence consists of 11 flats as follows:Ground floor - 3.5 rooms 137m2 (sold)Ground floor - 5.5 rooms 191m2 1'580'000 CHF 1st - 4.5 rooms 161m2 1'480'000 CHF 1st - 5.5 rooms 215m2 1'950'000 CHF2nd - 4.5 rooms 172m2 (sold)2nd - 3.5 rooms 104m2 1'280'000 CHF 2nd - 4.5 rooms 192m2 1'990'000 CHF3rd - 4.5 rooms 172m2 1'950'000 CHF3rd - 3.5 rooms 104m2 1'310'000 CHF3rd - 5.5 rooms 192m2 2'290'000 CHFPenthouse-4.5/5.5 rooms 201m2 2'650'000 CHFEach flat has a cellar and a ski locker. The parking spaces in the underground garage are priced at CHF 40'000/unit.The building is clad in old wood and natural stone. The interior finishes are at the purchaser's discretion.The flats are arranged as follows:3.5 rooms:2 double bedrooms2 bathrooms (1 in bedroom or both in bedroom) and 1 guest toiletkitchen open to the dining room and living roombalcony or terrace4.5 rooms:3 double bedrooms3 bathrooms (2 in bedroom)kitchen open to dining room and living roombalcony or terrace5.5 rooms:4 double bedrooms3 or 4 bathrooms (2 or 3 in the bedroom) and 1 guest toiletkitchen open to the dining room and living roombalcony or terraceFlat owners can take advantage of the hotel's facilities such as the restaurants, the après-ski bar, the thermal spa with indoor and outdoor pools and the wellness area.You will find more information about the Dixence 4Vallées Resort on the following dedicated website: dixence-resort.ch
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3
172 m2
New apartments with a choice of finishes in the Dixence Resort complex

584 properties sold

584 properties sold

Jean-Christophe Wüthrich
Jean-Christophe Wüthrich
02/05/2024
Nous avons été très satisfaits par les services d'Alp Real Estate SA lors de l'achat de notre appartement à Haute-Nendaz. Leur efficacité et la qualité de leur accompagnement ont rendu cette expérience remarquable. Chaleureusement recommandés !
Serge Hauert
Serge Hauert
29/04/2024
I'm happy to report having just closed a very smooth and seamless transaction facilitated by the great team at Alp Real Estate! From the visit to the detailed explanation of the contract point by point, everything was made easy.
Henri Trolliet
Henri Trolliet
16/02/2024
Agence immobilière bien implantée à Nendaz, efficace.
Nathalie Roh
Nathalie Roh
11/01/2024
Team professionnel, disponible, discret et efficace. Merci beaucoup
Tommy Chang
Tommy Chang
02/01/2024
Great experience, thanks a lot!
David Fournier
David Fournier
30/12/2023
Bien vendu rapidement. Contact facile et toujours à l’écoute des 2 parties. L’agence s’est occupée de À à Z de toutes les démarches. Je vous les recommande
Eva Coquoz
Eva Coquoz
29/12/2023
Je recommande vivement cette agence. Service très professionnel !
Paul Wallace
Paul Wallace
29/12/2023
Merci à Alp Real Estate d'avoir réussi à vendre notre appartement. Connaissance experte du marché local et conseils de qualité. Le service client a été excellent tout au long du processus et le service après-vente a dépassé mes attentes.
Ralph Meijs
Ralph Meijs
24/10/2023
Alprealestate and Cecile provided great support while purchasing our property in Nendaz. They were always available for question before, during and after the sale. Would definately recommend their services.
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What do PPE (property per floor) charges count?2024-04-30T16:22:54+02:00

Les charges PPE, ou charges de copropriété, comprennent différents frais liés à l’entretien et à la gestion de l’immeuble en copropriété. La répartition de ces charges entre les copropriétaires est déterminée par le règlement de copropriété et est basée sur la quote-part de propriété de chaque lot.

Here is what PPE charges can include:
1. Operating costs: these are current expenses linked to the management and maintenance of the building. This may include concierge fees, cleaning fees for common areas, electricity and water fees for common areas, maintenance fees for green spaces, etc.
2. Maintenance charges: these charges are intended for the maintenance and repair of the common areas of the building. This may include renovation work on the roof, facades, elevators, pipes, etc.
3. Heating and hot water costs: if the building has a collective heating system, heating and hot water costs are shared between the co-owners.
4. Insurance charges: these are insurance premiums for the building, covering risks linked to common areas and private areas.
5. Administrative charges: this includes management costs of the co-ownership, such as management fees, costs of holding the general meeting, accounting costs, etc.

What are the rules for purchasing real estate by a foreigner?2024-04-30T16:22:39+02:00

The rules for purchasing property in Switzerland for a foreigner are governed by the federal law on the acquisition of real estate by persons abroad (LFAIE). According to this law, foreigners who wish to purchase real estate in Switzerland must obtain prior authorization which is issued by the competent cantonal authorities and aims to ensure that the purchase does not harm the interests of the country.

It is important to note that each canton may have its own rules and criteria for granting this authorization. In general, the criteria taken into account are the economic situation of the buyer, the intended use of the property (primary or secondary residence) and the impact on the local real estate market.

Additionally, there are specific restrictions for purchasing goods in tourist areas.

Some municipalities may limit the sale of chalets or apartments to people domiciled abroad. The net floor area of ​​the property must not exceed 200m2 and 1000m2 for the land.

However, it is important to note that foreigners can invest without limits in establishments such as hotels and restaurants.

What percentage of equity is required to purchase a second home?2024-04-30T16:22:26+02:00

The percentage of equity required for the purchase of a second home in Switzerland is generally 35% minimum. However, it is important to note that some banks may be more flexible.

You should also know that it is not possible to use your retirement funds (LPP) to purchase a second home. Acquisition costs must also be taken into account and added to equity. These fees are calculated as a percentage of the total value of the property and are mandatory (e.g. 3% in Valais, 5% in the canton of Vaud)

Who pays the brokerage fees, the buyer or the seller?2024-04-30T16:22:10+02:00

It depends on the mandate that was concluded. In the case of a mandate to sell a property, it is the seller who pays this commission to the agency/broker. It is important to note that the real estate broker can play a key role in the transaction by providing advice, negotiating the terms of the sale and facilitating administrative procedures.

Who pays the notary fees, the buyer or the seller and how much are these fees?2024-04-30T16:21:56+02:00

It is generally the buyers who pay the notary fees. The amount of fees may vary depending on the sale price of the property and the canton. As a general rule, notary fees are between 3% (Valais) and 5% (Vaud) of the sale price. For example, for the purchase of real estate worth one million francs, notary fees will amount to around 30,000 in Valais. These costs include the notary’s fees (approximately 0.8% of the sale price in Valais) which are linked to the drafting of the deed of sale and the management of the transaction, and the costs linked to the transaction such as transfer taxes (2.2% of the sale price in Valais).

What is an OIBT inspection and is it mandatory for the sale of a property?2024-04-30T16:21:43+02:00

The OIBT check, or ordinance check on low voltage installations, is an electrical check which must be carried out as part of a real estate acquisition if it has not been carried out in the last 5 years. It consists of checking the conformity of the electrical installations in the apartment or house, in order to ensure their proper functioning and safety. This inspection is generally the responsibility of the buyer and compliance is generally the responsibility of the seller, although there are no specific rules or laws on this subject. The cost of the ITTO inspection can vary between approximately CHF 200.- and 500.-, while the cost of any adaptations will depend on the work to be carried out.

What tax and other charges will I have to pay following the sale of my apartment or house?2024-04-30T16:21:25+02:00

As a seller, you will be subject to real estate gains tax. This tax is calculated on the capital gain realized on the sale of your property. The tax rate on real estate gains varies depending on the gain made and the number of years of ownership of the property. It is recommended to call on real estate professionals to help you estimate the value of your property and complete the real estate gains tax declaration. They will be able to guide you throughout the sales process and help you optimize your tax situation.

Why have my property appraised?2024-04-30T16:42:32+02:00

The valuation of your property by a professional is of capital importance. This allows you to get a clear idea of ​​the value of your property and display your property at the right price on the market. If you overestimate it, it risks remaining unsold for several months, and you will then be forced to lower the price, which will discredit your property in the eyes of potential buyers. You can also call on a real estate expert, which will allow you to justify the price to potential buyers, to have a complete financing file for the buyer and to predict the tax impact of the sale.

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