Invest in Fractional Ownership of Timber

Table of Contents 2007’s Top 10 Investments Under $25,000 1. Invest in a single family or multi-family property 2. Invest in gold and silver 3. Invest in foreclosure …

Table of Contents
2007’s Top 10 Investments Under $25,000
1.Invest in a single family or multi-family property
2.Invest in gold and silver
3.Invest in foreclosure properties
4.Invest in mobile homes
5.Invest in fractional ownership of timber
6.Invest in loans
7.Invest with partners on larger projects
8.Invest in Japanese yen
9.Invest in a business or franchise
10.Invest in vacant land (domestic or foreign)

#5 Investment Under $25,000 for 2007

Foreign fractionalized timber investments are available in countries such as New Zealand with surprisingly affordable starting prices. Greenplan, a New Zealand company, offers shares as low as $NZ 7,500. Minimum investments with Roger Dickie, another New Zealand company, range from $NZ 10,000 to $NZ 40,000. (As of August 16, 2007, a New Zealand dollar was worth 0.6777 U.S. dollars.)

Timber investments are focused on long-term returns. Returns are not huge, but they are relatively steady, low risk investments. Since timber prices are not directly correlated to stock market prices, they also help to hedge against stock market volatility.

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  • Billions of dollars in funding available
  • Funds are available to U.S. Businesses NOW
  • This is not a loan. These tax credits do not need to be repaid
The ERC Program is currently open, but has been amended in the past. We recommend you claim yours before anything changes.

Where to find investments:

Companies such as Roger Dickie and Greenplan offer information on their websites and can be contacted for more information and to invest. (For more information, see our article about fractional ownership of timber through Greenplan and Roger Dickie.)


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