What’s so unique about our model?
Our strategy is not just about capital gains.
HGCC will provide stable and increasing recurring cash returns.
We’ll use short term equity to stabilize or reposition properties. We’ll then refinance those in 2 to 3 years to get the return of the equity investment, which will be re-deployed into another cash flowing investment, increasing the overall cash returns to investors.
Investors will receive 6.5% annual return paid quarterly, as well as a participation in the profits of HGCC at 30% of net operating income.
Finally, HGCC will elect to be taxed as a Real Estate Investment Trust. An REIT is not taxable at the corporate level, and most of the distributions from HGIC will be deemed as capital gains distributions, and thus taxable by the holder at capital gains rates. This ensures no holder will ever have “phantom income” or have to wait for a K-1 to file their taxes. The only income tax reporting will be a 1099-DIV which will be received by January 31st of each year.
To learn more, you can visit the Harvard Grace Capital website, or if you prefer to see the offering documents, go to our offering page. You can always book a call with us if you want to chat in person. Please follow us on social media for HGCC updates and progress!
We look forward to connecting in the coming weeks and discussing whether Harvard Grace Capital is a growth opportunity that fits you.
Stewart Heath, CEO