Monday, December 8, 2014

This building does not have a landlord and is designed to distribute the landlord interests, management, and responsibilities to the tenants.
Construction is profitable for the initial investors, and ongoing profits are redistributed to the tenants' children.
Ownership is conveyed to the children as they reach 18 and move out.

Investors earn returns from 2 sources:
1. Construction/project fee on each building ($1 million - $250,000, as the system becomes cookie-cutter).  Demographics show a possible 500-1000 buildings in the United States alone ($125 million).
2. Retail in the surrounding area.  Franchise possibilities.  Gas, toys, clothes, bicycles, coffee, etc.