Just Released: Final Chance To Earn 16.2% From Our Favorite Agri-Offer
If you can act fast, you can still own a Hass avocado plantation in Panama, setting yourself up for returns of 16.2% per year over 30 years.
As we alerted you at the time, the developer we’re working with in Panama closed out his Hass avocado plantation to individual owners over the summer. He decided to keep the remaining hectares as part of the corporate plantation holdings.
However, several buyers have yet to close on their contracts, and the developer now has decided to release those hectares.
This means a total of 17 hectares are being made available… but only to buyers who can close by the end of the year. After Dec. 31, any remaining units will be rolled into the corporate plantation.
These now available 17 hectares are being offered at the original price of US$45,000 plus closing costs.
Remember that with these plantations you own the land, but you don’t have to farm it. You leave that up to the management company.
With demand for avocados growing rapidly and long-term production capabilities in California uncertain, buyers from around the world are looking for new sources of Hass avocados.
That’s why this developer decided to make the Hass avocado one of the main focuses of his plantation operation in Panama. The group already has buyers lined up for the coming harvests, even though it takes four years before the trees produce in volume.
Harvest prices used in the projections are based on today’s figures-well, in fact, they’re based on prices from last year, when the plantation was launched. Avocado prices have increased since, meaning the projections could be considered very conservative at this point.
It’s not often that you get a second chance on an opportunity like this one.
You have until Dec. 31, 2017, to finalize the investment.
Six weeks is plenty of time to get all your questions answered and review the purchase agreement… if you get in touch now.
Contact us here if you’d like to be the proud owner of your own Hass avocado plantation in Panama.