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Shop with the tenant Mr. Pet

  • Premises with tenants
  • Slovenska Bistrica, Podravska, Slovenia

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Property details

Strategically located at one of the main access points to Slovenska Bistrica, the shopping centre offers a highly advantageous location. The proximity of a popular Lidl supermarket ensures a steady stream of potential customers, further enhancing the site's commercial potential.

Originally built in 2008, the shopping centre completed a major redevelopment in 2018, expanding tenant space and ensuring a modern, welcoming environment for the businesses within. Built as a monolithic reinforced concrete frame, the entire structure ensures durability and stability, signalling a sound long-term investment.

The tenant is responsible for all utilities and property taxes, providing a stable financial model for the investor. In addition, the presence of 166 car parking spaces ensures convenient access for visitors, adding to the centre's appeal as a prime retail destination.



Mr.Pet  is the chain of stores that offers a wide range of products and equipment for all types of pets, birds, fish and reptiles. Since 2004, Mr.Pet has opened 15 offices throughout Slovenia. The main advantage in the industry is a wide choice of prices and product quality, introduction of innovations and tracking of global trends.

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Credit estimate
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7 years
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Without the possibility of refusal
Investment prediction

Prime location: The shopping centre is strategically located at one of the main entrances to Slovenska Bistrica. This means high visibility and accessibility, potentially attracting a significant amount of footfall and customers.

Anchor store nearby: The presence of a nearby Lidl supermarket contributes to a constant flow of customers. This suggests that there's an established consumer base in the area, which could benefit other businesses within the shopping centre.

Renovation and expansion: The fact that the building underwent a complete refurbishment in 2018, as well as an expansion of tenant space, suggests a commitment to keeping the infrastructure modern and attractive. This could potentially attract new businesses and retain the interest of existing tenants.

Tenant responsibility for utilities and taxes: The arrangement of tenants being responsible for utilities and property taxes could be beneficial to the investor, reducing overheads and ensuring a steady income stream.

Solid building structure: The description of the building as a monolithic reinforced concrete frame implies a strong and durable structure, which could mean lower maintenance costs and a longer life for the property.

Parking facilities: The provision of 166 car parking spaces is an important asset in attracting shoppers. Adequate parking is often a key factor in the success of retail developments, as it provides convenience for shoppers.

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When using bank financing, the payback will be 6,64% per annum on invested own funds in the amount of 700.000€ and 6,64% on bank funds in the amount of 0€.

Total payback when using bank financing will be 6,64%.

For the crediting period 15,06 years taking into account the repayment of the loan body and %, the profit will be nan€ through the period of 15,06 years the property will remain in full ownership of the investor with price of 700.000€.

Total upon investment of own funds in the amount of 700.000€ we get profit over the loan term in the amount of nan€ (rental income after all payments on loan obligations) nan€ plus the value of the property, minus investment amount 0€.

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CALCULATION OF PAYMENTS ON THE LOAN at an annuity (the percentage is included in the monthly payment)

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One-time Expenses

By one-time expenses we mean single, occurring once expenses that you might require during at least the first year. This may be the cost of registration of your company (d.o.o.), agency fees, etc.

Agency fee
The price includes the full management of the transaction, the organization of inspections, bargaining, negotiation of contracts. Payment is taken after having the documents filed for the registration of property rights and the receipt and transfer.
3% + VAT
Property tax
Payment is taken in the case of buying commercial real estate with a tenant or residential real estate in the secondary market.
2% + VAT
State fee for writing property rights
Payment is taken depending on the price of real estate, usually does not exceed 1000 EUR.
Translation of documents
Basic translation/specialized/judicial
15€ / 30€ / 50€
Interpretive services
75€ / hour
Opening a company, getting a TIN
Regular Expenses

By regular expenses we mean expenses that are periodically repeated from month to month, in general, these are expenses for taxes, accounting services and bank account maintenance.

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TAX 19%
Simplified tax system - 19% of the company's turnover (the entire balance of the company account is net profit)
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