The price at which you can buy 100% of the house is similar to the price when you make partial purchases. It is a variable price and corresponds to the initial cost updated to the moment you buy 100% of the house . To calculate the price of the house, the initial purchase cost (including purchase costs) plus the average variation of the prices of the houses in the area.
- For example, if a house was bought for 200,000 euros and the houses in the area have increased their price by 5%, the price at which you can buy 100% of the house at that time will be 210,000 euros
Casum obtains the variation in the price of the house in the area based on reports and indices from independent bodies.
The main difference in price between buying a part of the house or buying the whole house, is that when you buy 100% of the house there is a minimum purchase price, which is equivalent to the initial cost of the house (including purchasing costs).These purchase costs will cover costs incurred by the investor at the time of purchase (notary, registration, agency, taxes, etc) for the percentage you are buying