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Cash on Cash Returns

*The following information is for conversational purposes only. Make sure you always consult with your financial advisor before implementing any of the items discussed below.

Established Marketplace for Hardwood

Sustainable timber has a high international demand ensuring the assets’ value over time. Guatemala’s location strategically places its ports in a beneficial position to directly deliver products, reducing the impact of transporting goods.

Buy a hardwood tree as an investment

$450 - That is the price for its overall care through an average maturity process of 18 years. If anything happens to your trees, they will be replanted. Your personal ROI on this impact investment has a strong potential over the next 18 years.

  • You own the physical tree that is planted in Guatemala.
  • Your $450 will cover the cost of growing that tree to maturity over 18 years: Land Leases, Tree Planting, Tree Maintenance, Constant Care and Protection of your tree(s).

You keep the ROI

When your tree(s) are mature we will find a buyer for you. From the proceeds of the sale, we deduct 10% to cover sales extraction and transaction costs. Sales proceeds are not subject to taxation in Guatemala as reforestation is exempt from tax.

Our hardwood trees have the ability to generate an 8x cash on cash return.

Investment Calculator

Investment per Tree

$450.00

Number of Treees

Total Initial Investment

$0.00

Total Years of Growth

18

Select a tree to calculate board feet at maturity:

Average Board Feet Per Tree

450

*Enter the board foot value after you do some research.
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*Price Per Board Foot

$

Investment Value After 18 years

$0.00

ROI Over 18 years

NaN%

Create Your Own Business

Start your own parttime business and write off your impact investment as a business expense. After all you are now in the reforestation business.

When you buy a tree, you are a business owner. Your capital investment to start your business is the cost of your tree(s).

If you set yourself up as a legal business entity, you can write off your trip to visit your tree(s). (We would love to have you come and see exactly what we are doing.)