Land Holding Strategy or Pure Business Opportunity, 10000SM Units, 1Yr ROI 70%+
Join the organic agriculture movement as a business investor, and/or use the Poas Organic Growers model to hold your land investments on Poas Mountain. The simple concept involves raising 4 profitable crops per year of organic vegetables (greens) on rented or owned land on Poas Mountain. The unique climate and soil offer ideal growing conditions for organic vegetables, while government incentives encourage investment in this new industry in Costa Rica. Once harvested, pre-arranged agreements with food distributors facilitate rapid sales to customers and quick return of revenue to reinvest in the next crop.
Poas Organic Growers have the expertise and experience required to plant, manage, harvest, and market each crop, as your partner in this business opportunity. The minimum amount of land needed is 5000SM or 1.2 acres, and all estimates and projections are based on the costs and returns from one such unit. The minimum term for participation in the business opportunity, or for rental of your land, is 3 years/12 crop cycles.
Organic produce enthusiasts can participate in the business operation (only) with an initial investment of $16,000 (USD). ROI after one year can reach 70% of invested capital.
Poas Mountain landowners can participate passively by simply renting their property for organic production, or by actively investing in the growing cycles and share those rewards as well. Either approach will allow landowners with future plans for a weekend or retirement home on Poas Mountain to put their property to profitable use until they are ready to build.
A complete prospectus explaining a 1-year, 4-crop growth cycle on a single 5000SM unit of land is available. The Poas Organic Growers opportunity is a commissionable sale for real estate agents. Please contact us to discuss all the relevant details.
There is also a specialized module available for investors interested in trout farming on Poas Mountain. It can be managed separately, or integrated with the organic vegetable production.
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