The Mansions New Orleans, USA

  • Availability: 2 bedroom
  • Price: From $109,900
  • Estimated Completion: Completed
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Rental Yield: Up to 11%%

Why New Orleans?

  • High Spec Tenanted Apartments
  • Earn double digit net rental yields
  • 17.74 million annual visitors - up 5.7% year on year
  • Limited housing supply due to low construction inventory
  • 6% increase in visitor spending contributing $8.7 billion to the economy
  • Louisiana has three Fortune 500 companies headquartered in the state

The Mansions is conveniently located from downtown New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico.

This gated community is high specification built in 2004 comprising 32 units across 2 stories. Benoit Properties have acquired a handful of apartments offering strong rental yield for cash investors looking to buy in a stable and established property market. Benoit Management LLC are in place to take care of all day to day aspects of your investment.
Why Invest at The Mansions?
  • Completed, high specification apartments
  • Immediate income with tenants in place
  • Free property management for three years
  • Fully managed, hassle free ownership for international buyers
  • Apartments priced 50% cheaper than the peak of market
  • Strong rental yields with high quality tenants
  • Huge capital growth potential over the next 3-5 years
Community Features
  • Clubhouse and business centre
  • Resort Style Swimming Pool & Jacuzzi
  • Lakeside Surround Sound System
  • 24-Hour State-of-the-Art Fitness Center
  • Relaxing Spa
  • Tot Lot Playground

The Mansions at New Orleans is surrounded by woodlands, and conveniently located in Slidell, Louisiana on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain.

The project offers a "Big House" concept of living with abundant modern amenities. Enjoy a swimming pool & spa, BBQ picnic area, basketball court, cardiovascular fitness center, large walk in closets, computer work station, controlled access gates, and a beautiful clubhouse.


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