Re: Omelettes and carved Roast Beef? - Posted by Andrew Bransford Brown
Posted by Andrew Bransford Brown on March 19, 2011 at 01:19:01:
I want to build a safe place for single mothers and their children. Financing provided by pooling education grants and loans. Single mothers must go to school (even medical school) to qualify. I designed a new type of bond that will finance the building. The building will be held in trust by the bond holders ($1000 shares so many bond holders). As the kids move out, ownership is transferred from the bond holders to the kids. No men are allowed in the building, including the caterers and cleaning crew.
To give a taste of the building style: indoor lighting from reflected sunlight. A sun/star clock on the roof with a pool. An indoor pool with spotlights for tanning (reflected sunlight). Chutes throughout the building for kids to slide through. Some would be transparent as the kids slid through the common areas and moms could hold up signs saying “time for dinner”.
Each floor will be modular and likely age-related. Observation windows overlook each floor so mothers can study or eat or talk while they watch the kids in the center. Day care would happen naturally as the mothers share time to watch. If mothers wish to go out and party, the kids have a slumber party in a common area. Mothers and kids in the neighborhood are also allowed in during the day.
I am looking for an investor with access to $1 million to pay for the architect and engineering and legal and finance work. When the bond is sold the investor and I cash out. The investor will make $1 million. My fee is $10,000,000. However, I will likely roll half that back into the building on things I see as important. One thing will be a yearly toy fund that can be spent freely over the year and replenished once a year. This will teach the kids and mothers budgeting. It will be invested in gold and silver bullion. That toy fund can be used for anything and any costs they cut will be rolled into that fund.
Management will be automated and the mothers must decide who pays the bills and oversees the catering and cleaning. If the kids want more money in their toy fund, they can certainly clean the building themselves.
Kids must move out at 18 years old and the building will vote on that kid being included as one of the owners. That ensures the kid behaves well and takes care of the place.
Fathers are not allowed in the building, but are free to invite his kid and his friends to go fishing or the zoo or wherever.
I have the capstone designed. My name will not be on the building. I cash out when the bond is sold and before construction begins.
6% commission ($60,000) to the person who finds the right investor. The investor can continue with more buildings in other cities with a potential for $50-100 million (local builders and architects).
FYI, patents on the lighting system, bond, and project architecture are in the works.
Andrew Bransford Brown
+1 480 406 1401
1100 E Lemon Street, B108
Tempe, Arizona 85281 USA
3370 N Hayden Road, 123-734
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 USA