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Real Estate Investment Opportunity For Neglected and Underserved Investors

CC Group has upended traditional real estate investing with an affordable and accessible real estate investment model, giving everyday people the chance to participate in the real estate investment, build their equity and wealth.

Stop giving away your identity, lineage, vote & financial power without getting something in return. Our community needs to solidify its financial position with equity in cash-flowing real estate. A new approach on debt and how it should be eliminated, should be one of our concerns, because it is being used as a weapon to steal our equity. Join us on this journey from the JOBS ACT to Wall Street and experience the the correct way to invest in real estate as a cooperative group. We need to flex our financial buying power by recruiting 1 million members/shareholders and in doing so will position Consumer Cooperative Group and its members/shareholders in buying real estate assets debt free. Investments and memberships are affordable for all people’s situations.

my business name is consumer cooperative group inc cc group for short and i’m tanen

andrews it’s founder and ceo and we can be contacted at ccg.coop now a little bit about the company it is constructed as a hybrid which one component is a cooperative that has members who have the same goals and ambitions of creating some type of product and or service

for their sole benefit and then you have the corporate side where these members will be classified as investors and will pool their financial capital together to acquire cash flowing real estate

assets in exchange for some sort of class of common stock let’s talk about the company’s traction in the market real estate has boomed since the enactment of the jobs act of 2012. the current response to regulation cf which is crowdfunding and regulation a under the jobs act of 2012 has spawned the creation of several companies seeking an opportunity to market to a newly created market of investors by this new piece of legislation to understand this momentum we have to

examine old legislation which prevented investment opportunities for some class of people

let’s talk about the market opportunity the capital markets have been opened up to small businesses and startups with less restrictive paperwork capital access for the public markets for a fraction of the cost and the ability to market directly to a new class of investors on a larger scale

with a lower investment requirement completely different from the traditional requirements the problem what are we trying to solve here is the division the disconnect the net worth requirements for public investment participation the lack of financial awareness and high investment thresholds in the market that prohibits student restricts non-accredited investors to participate in early development rounds of funding for startups at a lower and affordable investment rate specifically in the real estate market let’s talk about a solution here the creation of a membership cooperative and an equity-only real estate investment pooling portal that specifically addresses the needs of this newly created niche market but

allows everyone of all investor classification under legislation to participate reap reipp as it is called allows for each of the members of the cooperative to pool their investment dollars at a predetermined amount in effort to acquire cash flowing apartment complex of course and other

cash flowing assets completely debt free and place it into a business portfolio in exchange for class a common stock but is this solution better compared to other real estate investment

opportunities yes but we have to address the fact that this is only an extension to an already outdated financial system now everyone has an opportunity to invest at various financial levels into real estate and the affordability component the various tiers of investment options and the ability for member investors to build a sizable equity position makes it an optimal choice for all

investor types let’s address the revenue and business model here now since this is a cooperative membership dues will be a source of income as well as cash flow from the real estate investments the business model is specific about acquiring real estate assets for all cash and limiting any debt to no more than 12 months distribution will be controlled by the company and the pooling portal will be integrated through the company’s website over blockchain technology

gross margins for the business will be drastically different from the normal because of the elimination of the long-term debt and acquisition costs of new real estate assets now marketing marketing and the growth strategy real estate is a multi-billion dollar industry whereas in 2017 210 000 companies operating in the residential brokerage and management field generated 200 billion in revenue and 35 000 companies in the commercial brokerage and management field generated 35 billion in revenue market and growth strategy entails the mitigation of risks when dealing with the macroeconomics factors change in demand increase supply and the changing and priorities or requirements for building management which that means aging properties

mainly eliminating the need to deal with the banking as red tape large down payments and the hassle of dylan would close the closing process personally is how this will appeal to the member investor base and reaching out through social media platforms through the use of educational videos breaking down the key elements and the process of invest investment culture

that will be created within the company the next 12 to 24 months the company is looking for a membership base between 1 000 to 10 000 that would generate membership dues revenues between 120 000 to 1.2 million dollars along with the acquisition of 1 million 50 000 which is the 50 unit apartment complex with a 20-year history of financials recording an income of 540 000 per year and expense recorded approximately about 30 percent and an extra strategy by starting the process of a direct public offering filing on a major exchange where member investors will have an opportunity to leverage but not sell their shares to purchase cash flowing assets within their community and repeat the process with others let’s talk about team the team consists of me tanen Andrews founder and ceo and i currently have over 25 years experience in the real estate investment and logistics operations area and i’ve implemented this business plan

to help people re-adopt the cooperative values of pool under financial resources to purchase

products and services for their and community benefit without the dependency of corporate and governmental entities to expand on the team i will be hiring other professionals such as securities

attorneys transfer agents brokerage firms cpas web designers blockchain developers marketing teams and video production teams and others as the need arises now in this slide here this is the

financial snapshot of uh performer for the next uh three years here now if you notice uh this is each one of them is going to be based on one thousand members ten thousand and a hundred hundred thousand members being you know created over the next three years and you notice the membership dues are 120 there and you notice the membership dues are 120 000 the first year

and then it increases to 10 000 members in the second year which the membership dues goes up to 1.2 million and the third year you have it up to a hundred thousand million then we’re we’re bringing in about 12 12 million dollars in in membership dues now notice in the first year there’s no uh real estate income because we haven’t purchased any real estate at that time but uh we are uh we had do have some traction there because we have the membership dues coming in so that

helps us prepare for the second year projections here now if we go over to the second projection

you can see that we uh we did an acquisition of 50 uh 50 units of 50 unit apartment complex

which had a million and fifty thousand which produced about four five hundred and forty thousand dollars uh in in income for the uh for the business and then we have regulation uh regulation a prep fees there and then you know the expenses are combined with the uh i guess with the expenses with the real estate and and other expenses as well and then we have a net income loss there of uh uh well net income there of 329 000 dollars there now if you notice

that in the projection year of the third year we have acquisition of 257 units which is 5.5

and real estate income of seven five six hundred um in uh rental income and then we have membership dues again like i said at 12 million so as those as those membership dues as we get more members the rev uh the membership dues go they increase and also that gives us the ability

to have more investors and invest in uh to purchase more real estate access uh assets that increases our revenue there you notice our expense count is 1.4 now we have a net income of

of 7 800. now you notice on the when we do acquisitions when we do acquisitions in the previous year there’s no debt so even though it’s on their the performer as an ass as a as a debt that debt doesn’t cross over because it’s a one-time debt doesn’t cross over into the into the third year it becomes a fix uh fixed assets and i didn’t attach the balance sheets and and all the other sheets on there but this just gives you an idea of you know the financial uh uh per projection that we have over the course of the next three years okay let’s address competition okay in this category we have national banks uh in our case we don’t have to uh deal with them because we don’t have to qualify or receive any loans from any banks because that is the institution that we are trying to not deal with um and then we move over into venture capitalist firms angel investors and then we have other companies that were created by the jobs act legislation who are you who they are using to get access to this niche market but they’re still imposing very high investment minimums which is still squeezing out squeezing out these new investors out of the real estate investment opportunity because of the high entry level uh cost to invest uh they’re they’re more they’re more like they’re catering uh they’re still catering to the accredited investors and they’re still neglecting this niche market um and they’re still using traditional protocols while under a different regulation for an exemption now the investment requests uh let’s let’s look at this here for a second you know the capital amount is broken up into multiple stages the first capital raises for a minimum of a hundred and seven thousand dollars which will be used to form the infrastructure hire a regulatory team that will consist of securities attorneys who will start the regulatory filing so the company can move into the next phase of funding so all the so all shares issued will become free uh free trading when the market is developed transfer agent cpa uh web developers to finish the foundational website infrastructure the second stage will request one million seventy thousand to start the acquisition stage for real estate assets so preparations can be

made to transition into the regulation a filing that will move us into the final stage of being qualified to raise up to 50 million dollars every 12 months for real estate acquisitions until the valuation meets or exceeds the requirements to be listed on an actual trading exchange you

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