SCPI CARAC Perspectives Immo
Open-ended dividend SCPI
created in December 2015

Recommended investment period: 8 years
AMF Visa as SCPI No. 15-30 dated 18 December 2015


SCPI CARAC Perspectives Immo aims to constitute, over the entire investment period, a real estate portfolio of offices, shops, activity premises, warehouses, leisure, health, etc.).

SPCI CARAC Perspectives Immo

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The investment policy of SCPI CARAC Perspectives Immo has the twin aim of potential returns and long-term value of the real estate assets. As these objectives are not guaranteed, there is a risk that the SCPI will not be profitable and there is a risk of loss of capital.



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Formation date09/12/2015
Recommended investment period8 years minimum
Maximum authorised capital€37,500,000
Capital as at 31/12/2016€20,339,550
Capitalisation as at 31/12/2016€27,119,400
Subscription price per share€200
Minimum initial subscription1500 shares, i.e. €300,000
Entitlement to dividends subscription1st day of the month following
Subscription fee2% excluding VAT ( 2.4% including VAT)
Annual management fee12% excluding VAT as at 31/12/2016
AMF Visa as SCPI15-30 dated 18/12/2015
Immeubles au 30/06/201711
Locataires au 30/06/2017-
Taux d’occupation physique au 30/06/2017100%
Taux d’occupation financier au 30/06/201797,92%
Répartition géographique au 31/12/2016
Autres pays de la zone Euro0%

Répartition géographique au 30/06/2017

  • Paris
  • Région parisienne
  • Régions

Répartition par type d’actifs au 30/06/2017

  • Bureaux
  • Commerces
  • Autres
Dividend yield 2016 (distributed return)*3,71%
Capitalisation as at 31/12/2016€27,119,400
Number of shareholders as at 31/12/201610
Number of shares as at 31/12/2016135,597
Shares pending as at 31/12/20160
Subscription price (net of all costs)200 €
Withdrawal value196 €
Realisable value as at 31/12/2015190,73 €
Asset replacement value as at 31/12/2015210,86 €
Debt ratio0%
IRR over 3 yearsNA
IRR over 5 yearsNA

(*) Past performance cannot be taken as an indicator of performance in the future.


A société civile de placement immobilier (SCPI) is an unlisted fund for collective investment which invests solely in tangible real estate.
SCPIs are intended for any type of investor wishing to invest in real estate markets and aiming to hold the investment over the long term.
For a few thousand euros, and in return for a risk of capital loss and reduced liquidity, they permit:
indirect access to real estate markets which have traditionally been reserved to professional investors;
– de bénéficier d’une délégation de gestion totale à un spécialiste de l’immobilier ;
benefiting from a full delegation of management to a real estate specialist;
– receiving a potential supplementary income;
an investment benefiting from a real estate risk diversification approach.
The recommended investment period is 10 years. The SCPI bears the costs connected with the management of the investment and the real estate assets.

In accordance with Article 8 of the General Tax Code, SCPIs are tax transparent: they are not subject to corporation tax.

Their taxation is dealt with through the tax treatment of their shareholders (progressive tax rates of income tax for private individuals or corporation tax for legal entities).

General principle for taxing French-source income

The profits generated by the company, together with capital gains observed on a sale or withdrawal of shares, are therefore directly taxed at the level of each shareholder according to their own tax status, for the portion of their corporate rights in the SCPI.

General principle for taxing foreign-source income

For further information: please consult the SCPI information memorandum that can be downloaded in the documentation section


SCPI shares are intended for long-term investment and must be acquired with an aim to diversify the investor’s asset portfolio.

Risk of capital loss
Market risk
Liquidity risk
Risk associated with leveraging

In the event of a loan-based subscription: investors’ attention is drawn to the fact that the lack of guarantee of income and capital for SCPIs shall not affect the obligation to repay inherent in a loan. In the event of failure to repay, the shareholder may be forced to sell his shares and will bear a risk of capital loss. Reselling the shares will not necessarily cover the amount required to repay the loan.


For explanations of some of the terms used in our explanations, the glossary will help you.

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