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Golden Pacific Capital Real Estate Focused Management Firm – We acquire distressed homes, rehabilitate, rent and professionally manage and sell properties at the end of the fund’s term. We project a 16-20% IRR, quarterly dividends and strong tax advantages for a few interested accredited investors. Many of our current participants are partners in a top tier management consulting firm: investors who have performed due diligence on a wide variety of market opportunities and chosen our fund.

Golden Pacific Capital

Dear Investor,

Please allow me to introduce our firm, Golden Pacific Capital. We are a highly successful real estate focused management firm with niche investment opportunities that deliver exceptional risk-adjusted returns.

I’d like to introduce you to Kansas City, where there is an attractive investment opportunity in single family residential real estate. We acquire distressed homes, rehabilitate, rent and professionally manage and sell properties at the end of the fund’s term. We project a 16-20% IRR, quarterly dividends and strong tax advantages for a few interested accredited investors. Many of our current participants are partners in a top tier management consulting firm: investors who have performed due diligence on a wide variety of market opportunities and chosen our fund. We’re inviting you to learn more here.

We’re reaching out because investing in cash flowing real estate allows you to ensure a strong foundation for building long-term financial success and reward. There is a steady demand, adequate supply at an affordable discount, attractive leverage options, security of real assets, and the financial stability of a predictable cash flow. Here are quick facts about Kansas City that demonstrate why it’s such a great location for real estate investments:

  • Kansas City is rated by RealtyTrac as a top 10 market for investment in single family residences.
  • Kansas City’s central location attracts a variety of major corporations, has a stable economy and a healthy job market that is projected to grow for years.
  • Kansas City is a hub for transportation companies and provides a solid blue collar employment base.
  • Kansas City has a higher share of college graduates than the national average. These young millennials will drive housing demand into the future.
  • Homes in Kansas City can be acquired for up to 25% below current market values. You can get great returns by buying homes at a discount in Kansas City.

The value of these homes will most likely appreciate into the future as they bounce back from depressed levels. Our market research shows Kansas City is among the most attractive cities to invest in for single family residences – but the opportunity will not last forever. Please click here for more details.

I have personally acquired multiple properties in Kansas City and received returns that beat many other investment opportunities that are available to me. We have already attracted significant financial interest from other individuals and are carefully limiting the size of the fund in order to avoid diluting returns. But there is a limited chance remaining to join which will be filled in the order commitments are received. Therefore we need your response By December 18, 2015 in order to participate.

If you have any questions about Kansas City, please feel free email me info@goldenpacificcapital.com. Thanks for your attention and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Regards,
Ian Fisher = GPC
Ian Fisher Principal and Co-Founder
Golden Pacific Capital LLC
 

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