This is your chance to:

  • Diversify outside the stock market…

  • Earn an annual IRR of 13+% over 30 years…

  • Low minimum investment of US$49,500...

  • Partner with an experienced and established farm operator in a market where the current demand for food exceeds supply...

  • Collect annual revenue payouts…

  • Completely hassle free, and turn-key...

  • Safely take your money overseas…

  • You own the greenhouse… this is a hard asset.


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If you missed out last time, this is your chance to get in early on a brand-new project, from a proven developer. 

This time in hydroponic greenhouses, producing a shopping basket of produce.
Already worth US$8.1 billion in 2019, experts estimate that the market for hydroponics will grow up to US$16billion by 2025. The method provides higher production of nutritionally superior quality produce than traditional framing by eliminating pesticides and artificial ripening.  

Unlike most other investments out there, you’re getting early in low pricing, but without the risks. The developer here has already proved he knows how to manage large scale farms, connect with buyers, and sell out every harvest.

The Top 3 Reasons For The Farms' Success...


  • For one, all produce grown is Organic.

  • Two: The developer is already selling produce within Panama, as well as the export market… and has been working with a distributor for major organic grocery store chains for years now.

  • Three: And this is an even bigger bonus for you acting now—this project invests in research and development. Crop management, harvesting techniques... growing distribution channels, working with the government...  It's all figured out—successfully.

If you are interested in earning a 13+% IRR with this new hydroponics farm investment, please fill in your details below. There is no obligation, it’s just a way to make sure you have all the information on hand and don’t miss out. 

Remember, this 13+% IRR, means you get annual pay-checks in the door, (starting in year two) at net $8,130 after costs and management fees.