Final Chance—Newest Turnkey Agricultural Investment Opportunity In Panama Nearly Sold Out
A little more than a month ago (late July), I wrote to report that a development group I’ve been working with in Panama since early 2014 was launching a new plantation project on the heels of their very successful Lady Victoria mango plantation.
Originally, this latest plantation, limes, was planned at 100 hectares. However, those 100 hectares sold out in less than a week.
The developer responded to the overwhelming interest by opening up an additional 100 hectares of limes to individual investors. As of yesterday, all but 29 of those hectares have been sold.
Agricultural investments have been a focus for me for the past half-dozen years. Unfortunately, as I’ve been reporting, it’s not easy to find agricultural projects geared toward the small investor. That’s one reason this current opportunity is so appealing and is selling so quickly. This investment is completely turnkey and hassle-free for the individual investor. The development group will take care of all of the work—planting, irrigation infrastructure, fertilization, and eventually caring for the trees and harvesting the crop.
I see other reasons why this opportunity is proving extraordinarily successful.
First is the return. The IRR projection over the first 20 years of the plantation is just about 18%. That’s a phenomenal annualized return. For that level of return, you would expect
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