Our Unique Model

This unique model helps us buy high quality real estate
at 20% less than market value… and with a high chance
of greater-than-average appreciation.

Fundamentally, our model is very similar to one that the wealthy have used for centuries to protect (and grow) their capital in times of uncertainty – where the investment climate is one where risk is high and safe returns are low. In many cases, below the rate of inflation.

At its core, ours is a capital preservation strategy. It won’t earn you the highest return, but it won’t require you to take high risk either. It does pay much more than so-called “safe” investments – bank deposits or sovereign debt, for instance.

It’s a strategy based on real assets with real, tangible value. Specifically, a certain type of real estate. You own a piece of something with inherent value.

There are three basic parts to the model:

  1. Jurisdictional Demand: We look for opportunities in a place that has growing demand. The Turks and Caicos Islands offer exactly that right now.

  2. Undervalued Assets: We look for assets that are undervalued relative to their market value. This requires a very strong understanding of the market, and the right contacts who will point the investor in the right direction.

  3. Limited Risk: We then structure the deal to limit the risk to any one investor. That way, in case of trouble, losses are minimal.

As you’ve no doubt guessed, the Turks and Caicos Islands are a great place for this model.

The demand for a specific sort of real estate is growing due to a number of trends we talk about in our free research report. (See below.)

Thanks to Greg McNally’s background and experience, we have a unique system to uncover undervalued assets in TCI…

And because of its rock solid legal system based on English common law, the islands give us the use of structures we need to properly limit risk.

But there’s a lot more to this, of course. That’s why we put together the research report, Capital Preservation in Paradise.

It’s yours free. You just have to let me know where to send it.