Here are ten compelling reasons to own the mighty, versatile, and massively popular coconut. And at the end, we show you the perfect way to own this amazing cashflow-producing asset.
We can drink its water, eat its meat, and bang two empty halves of its shell together to make horse hoof sounds.
Hailed as a “superfood,” the mighty coconut is associated with hundreds of potential applications and benefits (though of its many uses, clip-clop horsey sound effects simulation is definitely the coolest). Coconuts generate a diverse variety of products, including milk, cream, toothpaste, beauty solutions, charcoal, and—of course—the massively popular, pro athlete and celebrity-endorsed, four-dollars-a-bottle coconut water. Soon, there could be a new use for coconuts: biofuel to run diesel engines.
As longtime fans of the versatile coconut palm, we wanted to share ten reasons why you should consider owning organic coconut farmland:
We previously published Part 1 of our Covid-19 Investor Update, focusing on our Pineapple Farm in Panama. In Part 2, we looked at multiple Agricultural investments in Colombia. Part 3 focused on a few of our Multifamily investments in the United States.
This is the final Part 4 update on a boutique hotel investment in Puerto Rico and our Coffee Farm in Colombia. So let’s jump straight in.
In Q2 2019, alongside many of our Alliance members, we invested in a boutique hotel opportunity in Plaza Colon. This Opportunity Zone syndication project consisted of taking a 40,188 square foot property and converting it into a high-end hospitality offering comprising 60 hotel rooms and 4 luxury 2&3 bedroom Hotel Residences. With the additional development of a 3,500 square foot commercial space on the ground floor that will feature a restaurant and retail space to capitalize on foot traffic from the cruise ships docking just...
A few days ago, we published Part 1 of our Covid-19 Investor Update, focusing on our Pineapple Farm in Panama. In Part 2 here, we are looking at multiple Agricultural investments in Colombia. Our Part 3 update will be a focus on our Multifamily investments in the US.
Let’s jump in and understand what happened to our investments in Colombia over the last month.
Our Teak Sawmill Investment in Monteria, Colombia
Colombia's Covid-19 shut-down started on Monday March 15th when the government blocked entry to the country for all foreigners and closed the schools, quickly followed the following week by a 19-day quarantine which finished on April 13th. On Monday March 23rd, the government also suspended international flights for 30 days, presumably after all citizens and residents had returned home. As part of Colombia’s nationwide restrictions, pet owners were authorized to take animals outside for 20 minutes and one person per family could leave to purchase...