Furniture, paper, cardboard or carpentry, the outlets of wood remain important in our daily life but we do not realize it.
Investing in the exploitation of high quality forests is an accessible, tangible and sustainable investment that should be appreciated over the long term. This solution can prove to be a diversification of family assets, and can be passed on from generation to generation.
Disconnected from the financial markets, these forest land groups are a safe haven and benefit from a sustainable management, respectful of the environment.
Their taxation can grant you up to €25,000 of tax reduction for a maximum investment of €100,000 if you are a French resident.
Despite the care taken in its selection and management, the forestry assets always present a risk of capital loss and the evolution of its value over the past years does not prejudge its future evolution. Moreover, the yield is not guaranteed and may be subject to climatic and phytosanitary hazards.
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