The apartments range from studio to five bedrooms; the majority are one- or two-bedroom units. The apartments are offered in a variety of sizes. Several of the larger units are maisonettes The properties are being sold as condominiums or so-called commonhold apartments. This means that each owner acquires a share of the overall building as well as exclusive usage rights for their holiday apartment. The condominium regulations from the basis of the owners’ association. It has developed into a year-round luxury destination, with apartment buildings, hotels and chalets, the Scottish-flavoured 18-hole golf course, which presents golfers with a welcome challenge, and the SkiArena, which is not only the most modern ski resort in Switzerland but also the largest in Central Switzerland over 1,400m above sea-level, and situated only 90 minutes from Zurich airport. The properties offer guests a range of modern luxury residential options and are sought-after investment assets as well. The portfolio ranges from practical studios to spacious apartments and penthouses. In addition, all holiday apartments of the area are exempt from the Swiss Second Home Law, which restricts the construction of second homes to 20 percent of the number of residences in a village which again makes it a fantastic opportunity for intentional investment. All the properties are freehold and with the continuous developments in the next several years the value of properties in the area will increase. Switzerland is a solid investment especially bulk buying which when all commercial shops open, these will rent out quickly and their value will go up. AAA operator is available to manage all units with minimum 10 years lease agreement for 5% yield. All other details available upon request.