In Issued and Outstanding Shares Model investors would only lose their right to vote in case of failure to payments whereas investors who chooses Investment Ratio Model any interest generated from bank loans would be deducted from investors’ shares who fail to pay in time.
SDG elaborates cost projections for each project it designs and manages by considering eventual market conditions. All investors who want to invest in the Fund should at least release necessary funds for the land purchase.
Each investor should sign the Fund agreement to be a shareholder and acknowledge that in case of failure to payment or lack of necessary funds to complete the project SDG has the right to look for new investors or apply for bank loans. If the total cost of the development is superior to the collected funds SDG has also right to stop or postpone permit and construction process until sufficient funds are collected.
If necessary funds are not provided by the initial shareholders or no new investors or bank loans are found to complete the project SDG can sell the project by considering eventual market conditions. SDG would collect 18% of such sales as Real Estate Investment Fund Management.