Tiny home communities can increase

Affordable &
Supportive Housing

We are seeking to partner with provincial governments to fund the launch of this project. The business model is strong enough to support private and institutional investment however, working with the government will allow us to re-invest proceeds back into the project, allowing us to do more housing good for Canada. We also know that partnering with the government will allow projects to proceed faster, increasing the speed that we can address affordable housing issues for Canadians.

Part One

In Part One of the business plan, we will establish a SIP panel manufacturing plant for tiny homes. To meet the production demand and be able to provide an affordable, sustainable home, a plant that ONLY produces tiny homes for our communities is required. We have determined that SIPs are the best technology to use and are in negotiations to establish a plant. The plant will provide 70 full-time jobs during startup and expand as production increases.

Part Two

In Part Two we will acquire 6 properties for the showcase tiny home communities, in the best locations as determined by the partnership. Each property will begin with 172-affordable and 20-rent-to-own tiny homes.

The complete project launch will see a total of 1,032 new affordable homes and 120 supportive, rent-to-own homes available across the 6 off-grid communities. 1,152 new tiny homes in total.

Part Three

In Part Three we will look to expand the network by adding more Tiny Town locations. The royalty program we have designed will support 385 towns across Canada, with an unlimited number of tiny homes in each.

The royalty structure is strong enough to allow us to partner with provinces, territories, municipalities, cities, or private and institutional investors. Investment recovery and profiting in under 10-years.

re: Government Funding

What is important to note, is the royalty program can repay the community development funding in 10 years or less, as well as generate funding for the expansion of the community, when we partner with a government entity.

Automated Tiny Home Manufacturing

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