Project Great Lakes
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The Firm is seeking investments for three funds (the “Funds”) that vary in length from one- to five-year terms. The Funds have been organized to offer Institutional Investors and Accredited Investors a preferred rate of return on fixed income by creating an Alternative Strategy to Traditional Fixed Income.
This Alternative Strategy collects capital to then make Secured Bridge Loans and Short-Term Notes to owners and developers of Residential and Commercial Real Estate. These notes are then converted to 30-Year Mortgages and then sold off to the Secondary Market.
This Alternative Strategy provides preferred returns that are designed to mimic a Traditional S&P 500 Index Fund.
The Firm’s market is the Great Lakes Region of The United States.
The primary objectives of each Fund are to:
1. Preserve its capital
2. Provide investors with stable superior risk adjusted rate of return with low or no correlation to traditional equity and debt markets
3. Make available monthly cash distributions to investors
4. Maintain an alternative strategy that allows the funds to provide a return to investors that closely mimics the returns of a traditional S&P 500 Index Fund.
The principal manager of the Firm has prior experience as a financial planner and insurance agent. Most notably, he managed a multi-million dollar residential and commercial construction company as well as held several high-ranking national sales positions.
Fund A is looking for $30MM with a $1MM minimum investment (one-year term from the date of its first investment).
Fund B is looking for $40MM with a $1MM minimum investment (three-year term from the date of its first investment).
Fund C is looking for $30MM with a $1MM minimum investment (five-year term from the date of its first investment).