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Q&A

Q: I want to invest in a property for rent.
Can I expect from an annual yield of 25%?

A: No. Our purpose is to give a minimum yield of 4% based on rent payments and maximize this value with the surplus value that the property will gain.

Q: I’ve heard that the crises is diminishing and the properties rising in value again.
if I invest now, is it possible to take the rentability up to 30-40% in a few years?

A: Considering the real added value of the properties, bringing profitability NET in three or five years to 16% or more yearly is more feasible and realistic.

Q: If I invest with Ezkanda in a property for rent, how can you make sure that my property will remain rented?

A: Ezkanda has maintained a record of 98% occupancy in the properties.

Q: Let’s suppose that I want to leave my property in short time?

A: In such case we sell the property at retail prices with the goal of recovering capital and maximize return. However these investments should mature at least a couple of years for the planned results.

Q: With so many offers for sales at low prices in Miami, why do I need you as an intermediary if I can get low prices for properties?

A: We are acquiring property up to 50% below replacement cost, thanks to our in-depth knowledge of the local market. A process of maturation, knowledge and presence in the local market for more than 10 years and the relacionesestablecidas with real estate and financial institutions allow us to find good opportunities.

Q: Why invest in properties when I can put my money to gain interest in the Bank?

A: Compare with the performance of a certificate of deposit or Money Market:
Deposit Certificate: amount greater than $100,000 to 4 years pay:
0.5% to 1.25% yearly.
Money Market: amount greater than $100,000 to 4 years pay: 0.25% to 0.35% per year.

Minimum performance based payments of rentals: 4% (Ezkanda) more surplus value estimated between 12% and 20% annualized.

Q: and how can you guarantee that it keeps producing utility and not loss?

A: To not generate utility would have to have an occupation below 40% (Ezkanda held 98% occupancy in the properties).
Increasing costs and tax 250%, and not to increase revenues it would lead to an equilibrium point.