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L'ISA

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  • Health
  • Social Link
  • Social housing
  • Aging well
  • Reduced inequality
  • Sustainable cities and communities
Impact category Sustainable real estate
Degree of maturity
Amount collected : € 750 000.00

Presentation

As people with Alzheimer's disease lose their autonomy making them already very vulnerable, their placement in a retirement home, although often necessary, can further destabilize them.  With the objective of maintaining these people in dignity and in a familiar environment ISA (Immobilier Solidaire et Associatif) develops real estate projects in the form of inclusive housing, to preserve and develop social cohesion and fight against isolation. Its first project with the association La Maison des Sages offers innovative housing option complete with a permanent support service for people with Alzheimer's disease or a related disorder. This co-living concept can accommodate 8 people in the same adapted house, located in the heart of their district or village, with the presence of life assistants 24 hours a day.  ISA, which is the structure managing the acquisition of property, wishes to establish a second house in Les Loges en Josas before spreading these shared houses in the west of Paris and then throughout the rest of metropolitan France.

In order to acquire more properties and strengthen France’s social net, ISA needs you!

The housemates dinner at the Buc House

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Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019

Reasons to invest

Risks related to the investment

Transaction conditions

Transaction amount
Amount reserved for LITA.co investors
Co-investors

Investment product conditions

Financial product
Minimum ticket
Financial benefit
Legal structure
Company valorization
% of capital reserved for LITA.co investors
Expected exit
Price per share
Governance
Amount collected
€ 750 000
Financial product
Actions - IR 2020
Co-investors

Risks: Investing in young companies presents a significant risk of partial or total loss of the invested amount as well as a risk of illiquidity.