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February 04, 2014, 09:20:17 PM
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"If you do NOT want your shares migrated to HL in preference of CipherTrade, let me know immediately. "

When will CipherTrade go live? Will there be migration service?

Thanks

I am unsure how migration will work at this time. Right now the best option will be migration to havelock.

Ciphertrade looks to be maybe 1 month away at this time.
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February 05, 2014, 07:40:56 AM
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for clarification:
I requested my shares to be made into direct shares and would like to keep them this way. Do i have to do anything now?
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February 05, 2014, 04:58:40 PM
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Any idea when trading on Havelock will be active?

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February 05, 2014, 05:22:30 PM
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Any idea when trading on Havelock will be active?

Friday around noon is when the IPO shares will be available. People will be able to buy shares, but selling will be locked until this next round of IPO shares are sol.d


for clarification:
I requested my shares to be made into direct shares and would like to keep them this way. Do i have to do anything now?

I am not sure how we're going to progress on direct shares. They're extremely difficult in terms of time/effort to manage, most of our large investors are migrating or have migrated their shares to havelock already. We could keep the shares as direct, and likely pay dividends out on them, but wouldn't do internal trading anymore.
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February 05, 2014, 07:16:01 PM
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If we invest in the IPO, will we receive dividends on the 15th of this month?

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February 05, 2014, 10:10:32 PM
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If we invest in the IPO, will we receive dividends on the 15th of this month?

Yep!
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February 05, 2014, 10:30:54 PM
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If we invest in the IPO, will we receive dividends on the 15th of this month?

Yep!

Awesome, I was going to invest anyways but that's just the cherry on top.

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February 05, 2014, 10:49:04 PM
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If we invest in the IPO, will we receive dividends on the 15th of this month?

Yep!

Awesome, I was going to invest anyways but that's just the cherry on top.

In addition , we're only paying on HL migrated shares, right now investors have only claimed ~26k on havelock, so the div per share is going to be pretty good.
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February 06, 2014, 04:17:59 AM
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Under the 'Intellectual Properties' on page 32 of the 'Confidential Business Plan'.

Could you please clarify this statement:

"Once an individual has reached a threshold (Around $5,000) they will be eligible for the franchise program, which will work as a hybrid of a hard-money lender as well as end-use investor for properties these franchisees are able to locate or acquire."
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February 06, 2014, 04:43:25 AM
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A key point in buying the developing real estate is attention to details.  A minor detail missed during an inspection of a property can lead to tens of thousands in repair if the missed area is of structural importance.

I noticed that the 'Confidential Business Plan' changes font several times throughout the document.  A subtle yet important point.

If I am going to invest with you and your company, how can I know the 'details' are taken care of?

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February 06, 2014, 04:58:41 AM
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A key point in buying the developing real estate is attention to details.  A minor detail missed during an inspection of a property can lead to tens of thousands in repair if the missed area is of structural importance.

I noticed that the 'Confidential Business Plan' changes font several times throughout the document.  A subtle yet important point.

If I am going to invest with you and your company, how can I know the 'details' are taken care of?

Often font changes can be due to replacement fonts being used by pdfs readers...just sayin' Smiley

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February 06, 2014, 09:06:24 AM
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I am not sure how we're going to progress on direct shares. They're extremely difficult in terms of time/effort to manage, most of our large investors are migrating or have migrated their shares to havelock already. We could keep the shares as direct, and likely pay dividends out on them, but wouldn't do internal trading anymore.
the following would make me happy:
can keep shares direct for next 12 months, 1 free transfer into exchange during that.
I understand the allure of havelock but especially after the sale to that panama shelf company I would befer to sit back and watch for some more months.

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February 06, 2014, 06:31:21 PM
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Under the 'Intellectual Properties' on page 32 of the 'Confidential Business Plan'.

Could you please clarify this statement:

"Once an individual has reached a threshold (Around $5,000) they will be eligible for the franchise program, which will work as a hybrid of a hard-money lender as well as end-use investor for properties these franchisees are able to locate or acquire."


This is something that will be dived into in greater detail on future revisions and was neglected during this phase due to all the other data we wanted to work on.

The goal since Day #1 with RentalStarter was to develop a sort of DIY video course for landlording here in the US. We have the equipment ready to do it, we just need more properties to start. I've received many, many emails and phone calls from investors who want to do real estate the same way we're proposing to. The biggest problem is learning how to do it in a repeatable way. The video course we would offer would help people do this. The second biggest problem is finding financing. If we got to the point (Which is certainly what we are shooting for) , we would eventually have majority market share in Central Ohio. Branching out into other states is do-able, but to really scale income it would be best to incorporate a franchising strategy. We can do this by training potential landlord partners through the video & coaching series. We either then could partner with them as a hard money lender, OR utilize them as a bird-dog in local areas we want to expand to. This would definitely be new territory in the industry as I'm not aware of any REIT that franchises like this. It's still in the very early conceptual stages, but the feedback I've been getting has been phenominal, and the cost to investors is virtually nothing to try and test it.

A key point in buying the developing real estate is attention to details.  A minor detail missed during an inspection of a property can lead to tens of thousands in repair if the missed area is of structural importance.

I noticed that the 'Confidential Business Plan' changes font several times throughout the document.  A subtle yet important point.

If I am going to invest with you and your company, how can I know the 'details' are taken care of?



When writing the business plan as posted in the original post, I had two options - Do it myself, or have someone else do it.

I talked to a few firms that compile plans for a living, and the best firm offered us a compiled business plan with complete original research for $25,000. This is a cost that would be passed on to the investors. Rather than spending investor money on a business plan, I made the choice to do it myself and save money. I am not a writer, and I very rarely use Word to write anything. The document has been passed between myself and managers at Havelock nearly a half dozen times making multiple revisions.

Between the revisions by multiple parties, and the fact that I'm not a writer in any way, the probability of having flaws or missed errors is a high probability. Prior to releasing the document to bitcointalk and the issuer portal on HaveLock, I sent it to around 30 investors. Not a single one brought up an issue with the text, so up until this point it hasn't been a issue. I will try and correct it on future revisions.
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February 07, 2014, 06:08:01 PM
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We are now live on havelock!

I'm going to try and get the dividend scheduled early.

Payment will be for Logan AND mill street.

$1,100 payment * 47% investor share = $517 @ $750/btc= .6893btc.


Based on the 47k outstanding shares, that would come out to 0.0000146660btc or 1.1c a share.
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February 07, 2014, 06:47:27 PM
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We are now live on havelock!

I'm going to try and get the dividend scheduled early.

Payment will be for Logan AND mill street.

$1,100 payment * 47% investor share = $517 @ $750/btc= .6893btc.


Based on the 47k outstanding shares, that would come out to 0.0000146660btc or 1.1c a share.


Do you mean that you are going to change the dividend date from the 15th of Feb?  If so, how will this change:

If we invest in the IPO, will we receive dividends on the 15th of this month?

Yep!
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February 07, 2014, 07:13:50 PM
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We are now live on havelock!

I'm going to try and get the dividend scheduled early.

Payment will be for Logan AND mill street.

$1,100 payment * 47% investor share = $517 @ $750/btc= .6893btc.


Based on the 47k outstanding shares, that would come out to 0.0000146660btc or 1.1c a share.


Do you mean that you are going to change the dividend date from the 15th of Feb?  If so, how will this change:

If we invest in the IPO, will we receive dividends on the 15th of this month?

Yep!

What I meant by early was to get the div scheduled today or tomorrow noting that the roughly .7btc was set to disburse on the 15th in hope of increasing buys.
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February 08, 2014, 08:17:51 AM
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I see two possible reasons to invest in this compared to publicly traded REITs.
1) Tax avoidance. Payments to investors are in BTC.
2) Invest micro cap company that has more growth potential

One of the better offerings on Havenlock but I already have lot of money in REITs so I will pass. Also as this is currently USD based business, I am more interested in publicly traded REITS(with burden and benefits of regulation).
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February 09, 2014, 06:44:00 PM
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Form of ownership Hong Kong Registered LTD operating with an association with a US based LLC in the state of Ohio.

Company history: Brandon Schlichter formed Full Power Asia Investment LTD in 2013 as a company to utilize for real estate investment projects. As of July 2013 we became funded through international investors.
As of July 2013 we became funded through international investors. The total capital amount raised during 2013 was roughly $92,668.54 or 955 BTC (Exchange value of $97 per bitcoin).

Most important strengths and core competencies: Our team features over 25 years in real estate and construction fields. Brandon Schlichter has specialized in foreclosed real estate for over 7 years, working with every large

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February 10, 2014, 09:58:25 PM
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There is no assets list on Havelock? What happens if Havelock crashed, how will Branny know who owns RS shares after that?

Havelock emails me a CSV file of all shareholders at least once a day.


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February 11, 2014, 02:46:58 AM
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Don't know if this has been answered before, but my main concern are the legal problems that other US-based companies who have listed BTC-based securities have had to face. I like the plan and the market, but I'm a bit worried that one day the SEC will slap down on the company for issueing unregistered securities.

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