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CONSUMER COOPERATIVE GROUP INC

COOPONOMICS™

How can you make a monthly income from real estate without actually owning it. Then at the same time have the indirect benefits of leveraging that real estate portfolio of asset(s) to separately access capital through stock ownership. We will not only tell you how to do it. We will show you. This is what Cooponomics is, the pooling of our financial capital in exchange for equity stock in order to acquire cash-flowing assets for our and future generation’s benefit.

WE, TOGETHER, AS A COOPERATIVE GROUP, REPRESENT
THE ECONOMY & COMMERCE IN ITS PUREST FORM.

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Traditional vs Non-Traditional

As a cooperative, our goal is to move away from the traditional way of real estate investing and return back to the basic principals of our true economic independence.

Traditional

Third-Party Lenders

Dealing with a bank, finance company or an investor. Overbearing approval process and the famous Credit Check (Need a certain FICO Score). Knowing what money is and its relationship with book-keeping entries is the key to the traditional methodology. Traditional Lenders operate on a different set a rules.

Traditional Process

Governmental and organizational Red-Tape are put in place to protect the owners of the loan accounts and the over collateralization of assets is another way to place a borrower’s additional assets in jeopardy in case of a default and their more likely to deal with accredited investors on more favorable terms.

Third-Party Lenders

This process of rules are designed to eliminate a certain class of individuals and investor types from participating in the real estate market. By failing to follow the traditional process, you are then declined access to capital and then this classification is documented via a credit profile for everyone to see.

NON-TRADITIONAL

Stop, Think, and repurpose, How we invest our funds and with who.

No Banks

You no longer have to allow the banks to dictate your future and give you something you already have the power to give yourself and your family at a better rate.

Group Acquisitions

The power of economics has always been with the numbers. We can reclaim that economic power by repurposing our financial capital to acquire cash-flowing real estate, that benefits us directly, without a third-party bank and debt-free.

Cooperative Membership

Cooperative membership can be compared to being a citizen. As a citizen you delegate your authority to a representative in hopes they will represent you and your community in good faith. You see that is not the case, as misrepresentation, lobbyist and other special interest dictate the financial outcome of the people they represent for their own personal/political gain.

Proprietary Investment Vehicle & portal

R.E.I.P.P™ and R.E.I.C™ will be a new to the market, innovative financial investment vehicles, that invests the financial resources, of a networked community of neglected and underserved investors for the sole purpose of purchasing cash- flowing, debt-free real estate assets on a national and international level, in exchange for ownership (equity).

What is a cooperative?

Cooperatives are centered around the people and are owned, controlled and run by and for their members to realize their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations. Cooperatives bring people together in a democratic and equal way. Whether the members are the customers, employees, users or residents, cooperatives are democratically managed by the ‘one member, one vote’ rule. Members share equal voting rights regardless of the amount of capital they put into the enterprise. As businesses driven by values, not just profit, cooperatives share internationally agreed principles and act together to build a better world through cooperation. Putting fairness, equality and social justice at the heart of the enterprise, cooperatives around the world are allowing people to work together to create sustainable enterprises that generate long-term jobs, and prosperity. Cooperatives allow people to take control of their economic future and their economic and social benefits of their activity stay in the communities where they are established. Profits generated are either reinvested in the enterprise or returned to the members. 

ownership of assets &
distribution of profits

The cooperative corporation owns the assets of the business which includes the real estate acquisitions by any method and the members/shareholders do not have a direct financial interest in them. Since, this cooperative is a for profit, members/shareholders own the business in the form of equity through their shares of stock they hold and this is their direct financial interest.

THE OPPORTUNITY
PROBLEM

Outdated legislation created a wealth gap between various communities. In doing so, it classified individuals into categories, such as accredited and non-accredited investors. These classifications established financial opportunities for the accredited investors which make up approximately 2% of the market and denied it to non-accredited investors who make up the other 98%. This is a problem because financial wealth was being created over the last several decades into the early investment opportunities in start-ups and innovative companies we all know today. Even though there was a risk involved, there were high profit possibilities to be gained from the success of these companies early on.

SOLUTION

Outdated legislation created a wealth gap between various communities. In doing so, it classified individuals into categories, such as accredited and non-accredited investors. These classifications established financial opportunities for the accredited investors which make up approximately 2% of the market and denied it to non-accredited investors who make up the other 98%. This is a problem because financial wealth was being created over the last several decades into the early investment opportunities in start-ups and innovative companies we all know today. Even though there was a risk involved, there were high profit possibilities to be gained from the success of these companies early on.

By eliminating unnecessary red-tape, high entry investment level requirements and completely eliminating the need of getting bank financing will equally allow everyone to become members and early shareholders. These new investors will have an opportunity to build an equity position by investing at an affordable price into real estate projects. 

About the company

Consumer Cooperative Group Inc., is a multi-division cooperative created for the purpose of truly leveling the financial investment playing field across several major industries by looking for like-minded individuals who want to move away from the traditional ways of investing and create a flexible yet affordable investing pooling platform for real estate and other investing opportunities that can be leveraged by pooling the financial resources of a mass cooperative membership base of non-accredited & accredited investors. The creation of this financial pooling platform is a direct path to Wall Street, the only place for us to take control of our financial power and community change on our terms.

Contact us

Contact Information

 

Address: 5900 Balcones St, STE 100 Austin, TX 78731

Phone: +1 972-464-0463

Fax: +1 972-464-0464

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Is a law intended to encourage funding of small businesses in the United States by easing many of the country’s securities regulations. 

Generally neglected and underserved investors are sizable groups of people that have been ignored or overlooked by legislation regarding the early investments into startups. 

Non-accredited investors have caps on how much they can invest. They can invest a maximum of 10% their annual income/net worth per year, depending on which is greater. Accredited Investors have no maximum cap.

Sometimes called “social” or “crowd” lending, is a type of financing that connects people or entities willing to loan money with people or businesses that want to borrow money. 

A non-accredited investor is any investor who does not meet the income or net worth requirements set out by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). 

Cooperative members are the primary stakeholders in the cooperative, reaping benefits of income, employment, or services, as well as investing in the cooperative with their own resources of time, money, products, labor, etc. 

Putting a team together helps to delegate some of the workload away from some of the key tasks such as locating immediate cash-flowing real estate investment projects for acquisition by it directors. Locking down securities attorneys, transfer agents, market makers, marketing agents, property management firms, production teams, web development teams and other key team members that will position CC Group’s foundation for growth. 

It is ownership. 

Third party debt such as a mortgage or any other long-term debt takes primary position and places members/shareholders equity in a subordinate position. This subordinate equity position can be potentially wiped out if a default were to occur on the debt. So, equity only acquisitions secures primary position to the company’s and its assets in case of a liquidation situation. 

It allows the company to grow and become profitable so it can potentially pay out dividends.

It is the company’s Equity common stock.

Not at the current time because there is no current market for it. 

It depends, everyone’s situation is different. Investments range from $120.00 and up to accommodate everyone’s situation so they do not miss out on a potential investment opportunity. 

A direct listing is just how it sounds. The company will list its shares directly on an exchange, skipping the traditional IPO process. 

First, the company’s employees and investors can convert their ownership into stock that is then listed on a stock exchange. Once the stock is listed shares can be purchased by the general public and existing investors can cash out at any time without the ‘lock up’ period of traditional IPOs. In order words, full liquidity of your shares. 

Yes. The reason is, in order to access the potential of the cooperative’s purchasing power, while keeping investments low and distributing the investment liability across a group of members/shareholders, a large membership base will be required for multimillion dollar real estate acquisitions. Now, the upside is that any short comings can be offset by accredited investors to balance everything out. 

By acquiring real estate that requires little to no refurbishment, the intent is to quickly generate revenue through renting the property as quickly as possible. CC Group’s multifamily & single family real estate acquisitions are 98% turnkey, as they are already income producing, thereby providing the company with immediate cash-flow in order to appreciate in value. 

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Social Finance

Is a tactic used to pool the financial capital of the people from various communities in order to deliver a social dividend and an economic return in order to achieve financial goals within each community. The financial pooling of the people’s capital for social good creates opportunities for individuals within the communities to provide financial support for individual and community projects outside of the local, state and federal governments and provides a means of access of funds through financial liquidity.

Share Capital

Share capital is the money a company raises by issuing common or preferred stock. Share capital is reported by a company on its balance sheet in the shareholder’s equity section. The information may be listed in separate line items depending on the source of the funds. 

Financial Cooperative

Is a type of private or public financial entity that is directly owned and operated by its members. The goal of a financial cooperative is to act on behalf of a unified group of members to offer financial education, resources and investment pooling opportunities into cash-flowing real estate and other basic community services that are not being provided by local, state and federal agencies in a timely or efficient manner.

Equity Financing

The process of raising capital through the sale of shares of stock. By selling shares, the company is selling partial ownership of the company in return for cash. The benefit from this, is members of the cooperative can be in the millions and be financially represented as a single entity. The single entity pools the financial capital from its members to acquire cash-flowing real estate and other life sustaining resources for the benefit of the members and their respective communites.

Cooperative Membership

Membership in the cooperative is the complete opposite. Accountability, equity, financial investments, liquidity and voting rights are a priority to help uplift the well-being, financial health and the sustainability of all our members. The key is having like-minded members who have the same wants, needs and a go to platform to exercise their true intent and will to establish and maintain their financial for their current and future generations. See our Full Business Plan Here.

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