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420 Real Estate, LLC

Real Estate Investment in the Hemp Industry
INVEST

18dd20hh

Time left to invest

Minimum target reached (accepting oversubscriptions)

min$10k

max$1070k

funding goal 

$10k - $1070k

funding goal 

Regulation CF

exemption used 

Regulation CF

exemption used 

$2,500,000

pre money valuation 

$200.00

min investment 

$752,000

amount committed 

1773

investors 


Security Type
Convertible Note
15% Interest
10% Conversion Discount

How To Invest

 

Pitch

Who are we

  

Hemp is a type of cannabis plant that does not contain the psychoactive ingredient that produces the “high” associated with the plant and can be used in producing construction materials, rope and plastics.  Hemp also contains the cannabinoid CBD, which is widely held to have health benefits.

420 Real Estate LLC, is a diversified investment vehicle that acquires and leases specialized real estate assessing the hemp industry. Our senior management team has significant experience in all aspects of the real estate industry, including acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, development, management, and finance.

 

 

Farm Act of 2018

The Hemp Farming Act of 2018 was a proposed law to remove hemp (defined as cannabis with less than 0.3% THC) from Schedule I controlled substances and making it an ordinary agricultural commodity. Its provisions were incorporated in the 2018 United States farm bill that became law on December 20, 2018.

We build tangible value through hard assets (equipment) and real estate.  The low-risk participation in a billion-dollar sector, and the retention and valuation growth of a hard asset that can be quickly and easily repositioned if needed. We are high growth, low risk, and legislation immune.  

 

 

Hemp Growth in the US

Hemp’s remarkable growth is drawing the attention of a diverse group of investors, entrepreneurs, and policymakers. Many new entrants to the hemp industry have no familiarity with cannabis; others are longtime marijuana operators looking for new opportunities. All are facing dramatic headwinds as hemp processing struggles to keep up with investor and consumer enthusiasm for the plant.  

We plan to take advantage of this market opportunity by purchasing the facilities of state-licensed growers with a focus on properties that we believe also have the potential for long-term appreciation in value. We believe that our sale-leaseback solutions offer an attractive alternative to licensed cultivators who lack access to traditional financing alternatives.  Though land improvements we may increase the lease rate, or subdivide the farm to bring in more tenants, thus increasing to total passive revenue.

 

 

Problem

 

GROWERS REDUCED PROFIT MARGINS

As more growers enter the cannabis market, the cost per pound of product decreases, which forces reduced profit margins for growers. Growers need to solve for reducing their production costs while increasing their crop yields and cycles to obtain higher profit margins. Considering the inherent costs [rent, electricity, environmental controls, equipment needed and its maintenance costs, expertise needed to operate complex equipment and the costs of standby failure prevention equipment like generators, backup grow lights, computers, industrial fans, humidity control and much more] to achieve this solution, growers are seeking rural farms with less overhead and technology dependency and risk.  

 

RISKS OF PLANT TOUCHING COMPANIES

Plant touching companies face a high degree of risk as cannabis remains federally illegal. While many states have legalized the growth and use of cannabis, plant touching companies must adhere to strict guidelines to meet compliance requirements. Beyond state compliance and being inherently riskier, these companies also face issues unique to them such as banking, financing, funding and being unable to avail themselves of federal protections, such as bankruptcy should their businesses fail.  

 

Solution

 

420 Real Estate solves the problems faced by growers while remaining immune to changes in legislation by focusing on the underlying real estate asset and being non-plant touching. We have followed the tried and true model of land banking, land leases, and land asset appreciation. We are able to benefit from the high lease rates of a licensed cannabis farm, the premium location in coastal California, and the valuation increase by doing property improvements that increase the farm's lease rate, but also the property value as a growth farm that can accommodate multiple high value crops, making it a high yield facility.

 

In this manner, we have multiple layers of security, as well as multiple layers of value creation.

 

Our Company has entered into a contingent acquisition of farms and facilities licensed for cannabis operations ideally suited to address the concerns of growers. One particular farm has 293,000 square feet under canopy with room for expansion.  Not only can it produce more based on total square feet, but it can produce for less.

 

Furthermore, at any point, a grower can increase crop yield by implementing a completely closed grow facility in the same location, potentially a 2 story or vertical closed farm in a small unused part of the lot if demand required it. 

  

As an open space farm with greenhouses, we are ready to reposition the farm for an alternate high-value crop, through the improvements that favor cannabis, we also add transferable value to another tenant who is not a cannabis grower, and if legislation doesn't change and the demand for cannabis grow spaces continues to increase, we can subdivide the farm and through technology improvements have both greenhouse facilities, as well as high yield, closed space facilities. 

 

We have a long-term lease with a very profitable and stable tenant, thus we create a passive revenue stream. 

 

Though land improvements we may increase the lease rate, or subdivide the farm to bring in more tenants, thus increasing to total passive revenue.

 

Achievement & Traction
  • We have researched and identified the highest value improvements to opportunities that promote land appreciation, tenant commitment to long-term contracts, higher lease rates, and is easy to reposition the property without waste based on investment during the improvement phase. 

 

  • We have engaged with several groups to discuss and be advised as the best way to position our company for a near term exit in the 5-year mark. We are contemplating and discussing with advisors, the second round for continued growth, a move to an IPO or mini IPO, or an equity sale to a public company. 

 

Market

The industrial real estate sub-market currently is performing quite well with vacancies in most, if not all, markets at historical lows due to many factors, including the move away from retail locations to local distribution locations for online retailers. The evolution of retail shopping is driving industrial real estate demand. Green Street Advisors estimates the increase in e-commerce has led to a 20% annual increase in industrial real estate demand, equating to 30-40 million square feet of space. Green Street estimates 1 million square feet of additional industrial space is required for every $1 billion in online sales. Same day delivery, transportation expenses and access to a strong labor pool are creating the need for e-commerce tenants to increase the quality of their locations.

 

Leasing or owning industrial properties well outside of urban markets to take advantage of lower costs no longer work in an environment in which same day delivery is expected by customers. Demand from e-commerce distribution is putting pressure on other non-traditional users of industrial space creating a great backdrop for owners of the industrial real estate.

 

According to Collier’s International, the U.S. industrial vacancy rate declined for the 22nd consecutive quarter in the first quarter of 2016, declining 10 basis points to 6.3% and down 70 basis points from the first quarter of 2015.

 

Almost 64 million square feet of the industrial real estate was absorbed in the first quarter of 2016, an increase of 9.6% year over year. Due to the lower vacancy rate, asking rates increased for the 18th consecutive quarter, according to Colliers.

 

This supply/demand dynamic creates a significant opportunity for owners of industrial facilities, particularly those focused on niche categories, as options are limited for tenants requiring specialized buildings. We intend to purchase specialized industrial properties that are mission critical to the medical-use hemp industry.

 

 

 

 

Competition

In California, competition has been mainly in Northern California, Humbolt County and larger re-zoned agricultural areas north of Marin County. Southern California has seen an increase in cannabis grow license applications, yet many are focused on central and urban sites. On the coast, we have seen limited competition due to the high cost of real estate, and the use of said real estate for luxury and commercial use vs agricultural. Our location is ideal in that it was an old agricultural site with freeway access and niched in a small pocket very close to the coast.

 

These large multi acre lots are not easy to find. As there is still a risk of inter-state transportation, we do not feel other state growing facilities are competitors.

 

We are primarily competing against the established large operations in Northern California, and the expensive to setup and operate urban reconversions as seen in Los Angeles / Ventura Counties.

 

Furthermore, we see a competition with the growing urban locations reduced by the barrier to entry. It's difficult to find a large enough urban commercial location that can be zoned for hemp growth operations, the facility has to be retrofitted to meet higher electrical standards at a huge cost, environmental controls and other needed infrastructure to support the growth operation are extremely expensive and expected by a leasing client as existent or to be included in tenant improvements (sunken cost). The operating cost to the tenant is much higher, and hemp operations are penalized with high energy peak rates that diminish profits. 

 

Our open space, greenhouses have a  reduced operating cost to the tenant, as through our improvements we will build higher value into the property and the usability which means higher lease rates.  A tenant can afford these higher lease rates as they are still lower when the urban operation costs are factored in.

 

 

Business Model

Our business model has 2 core components: 

 1.- Lease the asset through a long-term lease contract.  This is a very stable and predictable revenue stream as there is marginal overhead, and through our property improvement and potential inclusion of clean energy multiple tax deductions available that will mitigate the reduction or EBITA and increase net profits.

 

 2.- Asset appreciation. Very traditional hold strategy. We have a premium coastal California farm with easy freeway access, private commercial area, and extremely near the coast.  Over time as we improve the property, the lease value goes up, and the ability for the farm to be repositioned to alternative crops is consolidated. That way even in the event of a change of legislation we can position the farm as ready and viable for other high yields / high-value crops like hemp or niche culinary, which fetch similar or even higher prices than hemp. 

 

Our long-term strategy is to look at additional farm acquisitions and build a portfolio of high-value assets and potentially position the company for a buy-out from a public company.

 

As previously stated, 420 Real Estate is a real estate focused non plant touching business. We own, improve, manage, and lease real estate approved, licensed, and zoned for cannabis growth at a premium.  Yet, we directly benefit from the exponential growth of the hemp sector.

 

The Hemp Industry

One of the goals of the 2014 Farm Bill was to generate and protect research into hemp. The 2018 Farm Bill continues this effort. Section 7605 re-extends the protections for hemp research and the conditions under which such research can and should be conducted. Further, section 7501 of the Farm Bill extends hemp research by including hemp under the Critical Agricultural Materials Act. This provision recognizes the importance, diversity, and opportunity of the plant and the products that can be derived from it, but also recognizes an important point: there is a still a lot to learn about hemp and its products from commercial and market perspectives. Yes, farmers—legal and illegal—already know a lot about this plant, but more can and should be done to make sure that hemp as an agricultural commodity remains stable.

 

 

Team

Willard L. Jackson, Jr.

 

 A native of Denton, TX, Willard L. Jackson, Jr., is an innovative, seasoned entrepreneur with a strong track record of superior operational success. Mr. Jackson currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of CVG Group, LLC., of which he is also a Co-Founder. CVG is a private investment group, which counts among its portfolio companies Ebony Media Operations and Starline Luxury Coaches, of which Mr. Jackson is the Vice Chairman.


Mr. Jackson has a stellar, 20-year record of providing highly-experienced executive leadership, resolving complex business challenges, as founder, owner and CEO of MetroplexCore Industries--a provider of environmental site assessment, project management, and tank cleaning services to the oil and gas industry.


Willard also currently serves as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer for Offisol--a management consulting and staff augmentation company. Additionally, Willard has skillfully overseen projects for a number of Fortune 100 clients, including Chevron USA, ExxonMobil, Shell, and Conoco Philips.


A graduate of the University of St. Thomas with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, some of Mr. Jackson's major accomplishments include but are not limited to: 2002 Presidential Appointee to the Federal Home Loan Bank Board of Directors, where he served until 2008; and 1995 Texas Gubernatorial Appointee to the Board of Regents of Texas Southern University, serving as Chairman from 1997 to 2003.

 

Use of Funds

 

 

High demand real estate licensed for hemp cultivators.

 

Updates

Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson3 months ago

 

FAQ

 

What type of return do I get for my investment?

Each subscription consists of a 15% Convertible Note (each, a “Note” and, collectively, the “Notes”) that matures eighteen months from the date of issuance, and at Company’s option, is convertible at a 10% discount into the public market (the “Convertible Note”).

 

Where can I get more information?

All of the investment particulars are found in the offering statements.

 

Is there an email where I can request more information?

Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

 

How long does it take to receive a return?

Each subscription matures eighteen months from the date of issuance, and at Company’s option, is convertible at a 10% discount into the public market.

 

Will I get hard copies of my investment?

Currently, all investment documents are sent digitally.  No hard copies will be provided

 

Can I invest by paying with a check?  If so, where can I send the check?

Once you've created an account and selected the form of payment to send a check, you'll receive instructions on where to mail the check.  Please note that all investments must be made on this platform by creating an account with Fundanna. 

 

I'm trying to invest in this company, but I don't have a bank account. Is there any other way to invest in this company other than using a bank account

 

Securities regulations require that funds be processed from a bank account. We, unfortunately, have no other means of accepting your funds other than through debit card, ACH or wire.

 

What’s the penalty if I decide to take my money out of the investment?

Please note that the investment matures in 18 months.  You will receive a check at that point unless you decide to convert your investment to stock should the Company offer conversion.

 

I'm interested in investing and giving the shares to certain family members as a gift under their own names. How do I do that?

Yes, you can invest for your family members. Please review the type of investment being offered as well as following the process outlined in the video as well.

 

Please explain exactly what "oversubscriptions" mean?

Oversubscriptions means that the Company set a minimum target goal for funding and that goal has been reached; however, the Company is accepting subscriptions/investments above the minimum target reached.  A subscription is a term used for investment in this context.

 

How do I start the process of investing?

Please select the "Invest" button at the top right of this page to get started.  There's also a video tutorial located on this page.

 

If I start off with the minimum investment can I  invest additional money later?

Yes, you may make additional investments while the Offering is still open.

 

When I sign up another company by the name of fundanna.com comes up. Is that related to the investment?

You are in the right place. Federal regulations require that we use a company to manage the Offering.  Fundanna is the platform/company being used to manage the Offering. 

 

Can a foreigner invest in this venture? If so, what is required?

Anyone can participate in this Offering.  For non-U.S. persons, a wire is required as form of investment payment. 

 

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Michael
Michael "Andre" Phelps - Investor2 days ago
Just use bank acct...So much easier convenient...Are you prepared to grow legal and medical marijuana as a growth opportunity?
Quentin Parker
Quentin Parker - Investor3 days ago
I need the address of the escrow company to submit my investment check. I have confirmed my investment online, but where do I send the investment check?
David Omigie
David Omigie - Investor6 days ago
How do I make payment? I have completed the first 2 stages and can't see how to make payment also as I am resident in uk the $200 dollars need to translate to pound sterlin
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi David,Once you've created an account and selected the form of payment to send a check, you'll receive instructions on where to mail the check.  Please note that all investments must be made on this platform by creating an account with Fundanna. Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

 


6 days ago
Jasmine McNeill
Jasmine McNeill - Investora week ago
It says my funds are clear but why am i still not considered a security holder? How long does that process take if the funds are clear.
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Jasmine, Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

6 days ago
Tony Benson
Tony Benson - Investor3 months ago
Hello, I filled out all of the information on the site to invest and as soon as I hit pay the site crashed. Can I contact anyone for help?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Tony, Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

2 months ago
Kenneth Atkinson
Kenneth Atkinson - Issuer    
Hi , I made an bank transaction on sunday Sep 8, 2019, but have not seen any withdrawal from my bank yet

2 weeks ago
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Kenneth,  Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

a week ago
Erica Smith
Erica Smith - Investora week ago
In the event of a dilution. Will I have the option to buy new shares?
Janine Johnson
Janine Johnson - Investor2 weeks ago
I have land that I’d like to lease to a grower, do you have information on how I can get started?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Janine,Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

2 weeks ago
Rita Akens
Rita Akens - Investor4 weeks ago
My Name is Rita Akens. I am a investor... How long does it take to See Some Money From Your investment
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Rita, Each subscription matures eighteen months from the date of issuance, and at Company’s option, is convertible at a 10% discount into the public market.

3 weeks ago
Deborah Washam
Deborah Washam - Investor3 weeks ago
where do I send my check
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Debiorah, Once you've created an account and selected the form of payment to send a check, you'll receive instructions on where to mail the check.  Please note that all investments must be made on this platform by creating an account with Fundanna. Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

3 weeks ago
Carla M Johnson
Carla M Johnson - Investor3 weeks ago
When will I receive information on the returns for my investment?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Each subscription matures eighteen months from the date of issuance, and at Company’s option, is convertible at a 10% discount into the public market.

3 weeks ago
Lannon Wilson
Lannon Wilson - Investor3 weeks ago
if we sent a check, how will we know that you all have received it?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Once you've created an account and selected the form of payment to send a check, you'll receive instructions on where to mail the check.  Please note that all investments must be made on this platform by creating an account with Fundanna. Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

3 weeks ago
Deborah Washam
Deborah Washam - Investor3 weeks ago
where do I send my check
Martha Grubbs
Martha Grubbs - Issuer 4 weeks ago
We have a family corporation lawrence&lawrence llc in southern al that wishes to donate/invest 200+ acres of land for redevelopment
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    

Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com



4 weeks ago
Aaron Person
Aaron Person - Investor4 weeks ago
Can I keep investing every month after the initial investment?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    

Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com



4 weeks ago
Aaron Person
Aaron Person - Investor4 weeks ago
Can I keep investing every month after the initial investment?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Aaron, Yes you can keep investing as long as the deal is open and your investing limit is not yet met. Thank you.

4 weeks ago
De Dawn Brooks
De Dawn Brooks - Investor4 weeks ago
I'm trying to make the payment with my debit card but its not giving me the option
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

4 weeks ago
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Once you've created an account and selected the form of payment to send a check, you'll receive instructions on where to mail the check.  Please note that all investments must be made on this platform by creating an account with Fundanna. 

4 weeks ago
Phyllis Edmond
Phyllis Edmond - Investora month ago
Convertible Note (each, a “Note” and, collectively, the “Notes”) that matures eighteen months from the date of issuance, and at Company’s option, is convertible at a 10% discount into the public market (the “Convertible Note”)....Question, if the company does not go into the public market in 18 months, what would be the status of my investment?  What other options would I have if any?
Kevin Poellnitz
Kevin Poellnitz - Investora month ago
I invested I send $200 I’ll follow all the instructions I sent a check and put it in the mail Express it now wait 18months I’m looking for financial freedom hope this does it
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Kevin, Thank you for submitting your investment with us. If you have further inquiries, please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

a month ago
Kevin Poellnitz
Kevin Poellnitz - Investora month ago
I invested I send $200 I’ll follow all the instructions I sent a check and put it in the mail Express it now wait 18months I’m looking for financial freedom hope this does it
Russell Golden Jr
Russell Golden Jr - Issuer a month ago
Will this stay open for 36 days or if money is raised will it close before 36 days? I wanna invest but wanna know how much time I have before it’s to late thanks
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Russell, Feel free to invest,You still have 29 dd 19hh time left to invest.

a month ago
Russell Golden Jr
Russell Golden Jr - Issuer a month ago
Will this stay open for 36 days or if money is raised will it close before 36 days? I wanna invest but wanna know how much time I have before it’s to late thanks
Deborah Hathaway
Deborah Hathaway - Investora month ago
This is the investment vehicle for Bangi, right?
Ako D. Bradford
Ako D. Bradford - Investor2 months ago
- How many shares does each $200 minimum investment represent?
- Is a “share” the same as a “subscription”, in this context?
- What is the minimum dividend projected to be paid out at the end of 18 months?
- When can this venture be expected to go public?
- Are there more than 10 properties being considered for purchase?
- Have any publicly traded companies shown interest in this?
- How was the valuation of this company determined?
- Does this company provide a prospectus statement?
- Does ownership of the maturing shares represent taxable income, even if the shares are not cashed out?
- Does conversion of the shares into stocks represent taxable income?
- Explain the “10% Conversion Discount.” For instance, when the share is converted into stock, does it lose 10% of its value? Does the stock only grow at 10% instead of 15%?

Thank you,
Ferdynane Jones-Roberts
Ferdynane Jones-Roberts - Investor2 months ago
So do I have this correctly, you already have a signed lease with someone? Also, why are there so many people saying they haven't received any proof of purchasing or legal paperwork?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Ferdynane, Currently, all investment documents are sent digitally.  No hard copies will be provided

2 months ago
Josette Jones
Josette Jones - Investor3 months ago
After I invest 200.00 will you have to take that same amount from my Afc monthly?
Charles Martin Ellingwood
Charles Martin Ellingwood - Investor   
All questions sound sincere, truthful, and from a real person. Most answers (responses) read like robotic, canned replies and have left me feeling negative about investing my own money in this business. Thanks to all the people (real or not) who took time to write and here's hoping the robots will get some class and become a lot more personal and sensitive in their dealings with their public. After all, these are 'your' investors with legitimate concerns about their hard-earned money they have placed in your care - because - at some point in time - they believed in your business and what you are trying to do! Best of luck in your future endeavors.

2 months ago
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hello, Josette. The amount invested is the amount you choose to invest. There is no monthly subscription. I fact, after the offering will close, we will not accept other investors anymore.

2 months ago
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hello, Charles. I do apologize for your negative experience. We do not have robots. We have some canned answers for questions that repeats. And, it seems, that those canned responses were used a bit too much. Thank you for the good wishes and we will try to do better (less canned answers) thanks to you.

2 months ago
David Szatkowski
David Szatkowski - Investor3 months ago
Very interested but have these questions#
Will the $200 investment convert into multiple shares?
How,when,or are dividends paid?
When can this venture be expected to go public?

Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi David, Each subscription matures eighteen months from the date of issuance, and at Company’s option, is convertible at a 10% discount into the public market.

2 months ago
John Davis
John Davis - Investor2 months ago
Is there a phone number that I can call to speak to someone about the company and etc.?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi John, Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

2 months ago
Ursula Williams
Ursula Williams - Investor2 months ago
I already invited in the hemp, but I would love to invest in the marijuana, something I missed. Is it to late to do it?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Ursula, You are in the right place. Federal regulations require that we use a company to manage the Offering.  Fundanna is the platform/company being used to manage the Offering. All of the investment particulars are found in the offering statements. Please select the "Invest" button at the top right of this page to get started.  There's also a video tutorial located on this page.  Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

2 months ago
Pat Medley
Pat Medley - Investor   
In February I purchased shares from your company as advertised on Roland Martin. I have yet to hear from you since that transaction. The funds were debited from my visa account as Prime Inc. Why haven`t I received any communication since the original purchase? I understand you were in your infancy but my documents could have been emailed to me.

2 months ago
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Pat, Currently, all investment documents are sent digitally.  No hard copies will be provided. Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

2 months ago
Bonnie Davis
Bonnie Davis - Investor3 months ago
This is my first time to think about investing in HEMP.. what do I do and how does this all work to my best and better interest?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Bonnie, All of the investment particulars are found in the offering statements. There's also a video tutorial located on this page. Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com 

2 months ago
Phyllis Edmond
Phyllis Edmond - Investor   
I'm trying to understand to see if it works similar to stocks.. Is the hope one day to have this company traded on the stock market? If that is the case and I stay in longer than 18th month will I get dovidends payments?

2 months ago
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Phyllis Edmond,Each subscription matures eighteen months from the date of issuance, and at Company’s option, is convertible at a 10% discount into the public market.

2 months ago
Diektrich Morgan
Diektrich Morgan - Investor2 months ago
I got an email/text about getting my investment statement but I have yet to receive one. I have contacted colonial stock about it but they state that everything was sent to Transatlantic so I’m kinda confused on when will I receive my investment statement. If you could contact me about this ASAP it was be greatly appreciated. Thank you
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Diektrich, In which deal did you invest with? Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

2 months ago
Sheila Wiggins
Sheila Wiggins - Investor2 months ago
I have a small Roth IRA I've aged out of . I would love to use part of it to invest but I'm not sure how to do it. Can you explain how to move that money to invest.
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Sheila, Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

 


2 months ago
Tony Roebuck
Tony Roebuck - Investor4 months ago
where do i mail the check
Tawanna Sloan
Tawanna Sloan - Issuer    
Thank you for this exciting investment opportunity! I invested in Trans Atlantic, and looking forward to investing in this one as well.

4 months ago
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Tony, Once you've created an account and selected the form of payment to send a check, you'll receive instructions on where to mail the check.  Please note that all investments must be made on this platform by creating an account with Fundanna. 

Hi Tawanna, Your welcome and please feel free to start your investment with us. All of the investment particulars are found in the offering statements. Please note that all investments must be made on this platform by creating an account with Fundanna. Please select the "Invest" button at the top right of this page to get started.  There's also a video tutorial located on this page.Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

2 months ago
Jamesena Graham
Jamesena Graham - Investor4 months ago
I am looking forward to investing into this stock, but I'm a little sceptical at this time because this would be a big step for me.
Eric Bowens
Eric Bowens - Investor   
Do you have an address or a satellite view of the location that your looking to lease?

3 months ago
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Jamesena, All of the investment particulars are found in the offering statements. Please note that all investments must be made on this platform by creating an account with Fundanna. Please select the "Invest" button at the top right of this page to get started. There's also a video tutorial located on this page.Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

2 months ago
Jaivon Wright
Jaivon Wright - Investor3 months ago
When and about how much whould pay out be first time around
Merque Gibson
Merque Gibson - Investor   
Will the high end investors get the majority of the profits and the low end investors get residules??

3 months ago
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Jaivon, Each subscription matures eighteen months from the date of issuance, and at Company’s option, is convertible at a 10% discount into the public market.

2 months ago
Alesia Rsheed- Williams
Alesia Rsheed- Williams - Investor4 months ago
I made an investment on the first round for the stocks with the $300 minimum it wasn't him it was the other one how do I check up on the stocks investments once I make them.
I plan on making at least a minimum investment for this one as well
Terrence Johnson
Terrence Johnson - Investor   
How often will this investment pay out

3 months ago
Reginald Jones
Reginald Jones - Investor   
I Live and own 2 Acres of Land how can I make this work for me.

3 months ago
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Alesia,  Fundanna is the platform/company being used to manage the Offering. Please note that all investments must be made on this platform by creating an account with Fundanna. Please select the "Invest" button at the top right of this page to get started.  There's also a video tutorial located on this page. 

Hi Terrence, Each subscription matures eighteen months from the date of issuance, and at Company’s option, is convertible at a 10% discount into the public market.

2 months ago
Terrence Johnson
Terrence Johnson - Investor3 months ago
Can someone answer my question about pay outs please?
Willard Jackson
Willard Jackson - Issuer    
Hi Terrence, Please send all questions to info@fundanna.com

2 months ago
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Other Disclosures

Read the Form C filed with the SEC for other important disclosures, like financial statements, Directors, Officers, shareholders with more than 20% of voting rights, and more.
Use of Proceeds
The allocation of the use of proceeds among the categories of anticipated expenditures represents management’s best estimates based on the current status of the Company’s proposed operations, plans, investment objectives, capital requirements, and financial conditions. Future events, including changes in economic or competitive conditions of our business plan or the completion of less than the total Offering, may cause the Company to modify the above-described allocation of proceeds. The Company’s use of proceeds may vary significantly in the event any of the Company’s assumptions prove inaccurate. We will retain broad discretion in the allocation of the net proceeds from this Offering, reserve the right to change the allocation of net proceeds from the Offering as unanticipated events or opportunities arise and could utilize the proceeds in ways that do not necessarily improve our results of operations or enhance the value of our Common Stock. Additionally, the Company may from time to time need to raise more capital to address future needs that we may not have anticipated as of the date of this Offering Circular.
Special Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements
This offering contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws. We caution investors that any forward-looking statements presented in this offering, or which management may make orally or in writing from time to time, are based on the Company’s beliefs and assumptions made by, and information currently available to, the Company. When used, the words “anticipate,” “believe,” “expect,” “intend,” “may,” “might,” “plan,” “estimate,” “project,” “should,” “will,” “would,” “result” and similar expressions, which do not relate solely to historical matters, are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Such statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions and are not guarantees of future performance, which may be affected by known and unknown risks, trends, uncertainties and factors that are beyond the Company’s control. Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those anticipated, estimated or projected. While forward-looking statements reflect the Company’s good faith belief when made, they are not guarantees of future performance. The Company expressly disclaims any responsibility to update forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law.

Moreover, we operate in a very competitive and rapidly changing environment, and new risks emerge from time to time. It is not possible to predict all risks, nor can we assess the impact of all factors on our business or the extent to which any factor, or combination of factors, may cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any forward-looking statements we may make. In light of these risks, uncertainties and assumptions, the forward-looking events and circumstances discussed in this offering may not occur, and actual results could differ materially and adversely from those anticipated or implied in the forward-looking statements. We undertake no obligation to revise or publically release the results of any revision to these forward-looking statements, except as required by law. Given these risks and uncertainties, prospective investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements.
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