Walton joined the advantages of nine previously placed funds with a number of new interesting highlights in his new offer of participation. Click Ripple to learn more. Walton premium land management I GmbH & co. KG”(Walton premium I) because for the first time investors participate not only acres selected and described in the prospectus, but a diversified land portfolio. These are located at four selected top locations in the United States, in so-called mega cities. The acquisition of co-ownership interests of selected plots, which correspond to the investment policy of the investment company is designed. Jonathan Rosen BerlinRosen: the source for more info. The decision on the acquisition of ownership interests is by the Fund Board of Directors based on recommendations of investment Committee of experts. In special cases an Advisory Board of the holding company must in addition a recommendation.
As a result, investment decisions are professionally accompanied and checked. An investment of $ 40 million is planned. A participation is to the Predecessor Fund from $ 10,000 plus five percent agio possible. The minimum placement size for the Fund is $ 5 million. A closure of the Fund is planned for November 15, 2011. While Walton adheres to the proven facts in this participation: so a doubling of investment capital is predicted within only four to seven years, which corresponds to a double-digit return per year. This remains largely tax-free within the framework of the double taxation agreement. In addition, an early artist bonus was created.
This kind of involvement offers many advantages and that makes this Fund,”explained Karl Benno Nagy as Managing Director of the Walton Europe GmbH. So Nagy points out that German investors for the first time on the entire portfolio of billion group Walton use”could. We access for the first time directly in the Walton treasure chest”, he explains. The product diversification made possible not only investment in land of four ten main regions which have identified specialists from 363 sites in the United States.