EquityLine Real Estate Limited Partnership (REIT) is a Private Placement Offering. Offered to Accredited Investors, Friends & Family and Corporations Investing at least $150,000 (as defined in NI 45-106).
EquityLine Real Estate Trust by its general partner EquityLine Diversity Inc. proposes to issue limited partnership units at a price initially to December 31, 2023, of $10 per Unit and thereafter at a price equal to the net asset value per unit.
The Units are being offered on a private placement basis pursuant to exemptions from the prospectus requirement and, where applicable, the registration requirements under applicable securities laws. Units are being offered to subscribers who qualify as “accredited investors” under applicable Canadian securities laws as defined in NI 45-106. Non-residents may invest using a Canadian resident corporation and if in compliance with applicable securities laws.
LIMITED TRUST UNITS
Class A Units (CAD)
Class F-1 Units (CAD)
Class F-2 Units (USD)
Price per security: $10 to December 31, 2023, and thereafter NAV per Unit
Minimum: $10,000 (1,000 Units)
- • These securities do not trade on any exchange or market
- • The Trust is not a reporting issuer
- • The Trust is not a SEDAR or EDGAR filer
Creating wealththrough property development
EquityLine REIT strategically optimizes each phase of development to ensure maximum returns for its investors. Specializing in early-stage investments in high-quality real estate ventures, the company targets opportunities that represent our target returns. Investors benefit from more than market fluctuations, accessing enhanced investment prospects by leveraging the value cultivated throughout entitlement and developmental phases.
How we capture returns at each development phase
A. Acquire infill opportunities to extract the greatest future and present value
B. Purchase land with designations in place
C. Purchase approved site
A methodical strategy leverages high-demand neighborhoods in Southern Ontario where the demand surpasses available supply
We strategically leverage fundamental factors contributing to a significant imbalance between housing supply and demand. This historical disparity has consistently driven sustainable, long-term appreciation of real estate assets and is projected to endure well into the foreseeable future.
Canadian and Ontario:
Housing Stock-to-Population Ratio
Projections to 2030
Source: CHMC calculations based on CMCH and Statistics Canada data
2030 Projections: Growth in Households, Incomes, Mortgage Rates
Our projections indicate a projected increase of over 2 million households from 2021, reaching a total of over 17.5 million by 2030. Anticipated growth suggests a 17% rise in real incomes per household by 2030, averaging approximately 2% annually. Projections also indicate the 5-year fixed discount mortgage rate to hover slightly above 5% in 2030.
Housing Stock Projections: A Gap in Affordability
Our projections indicate that if the current rate of construction persists, the housing stock will approach close to 19 million units by 2030. However, in our central scenario, we estimate a need for over 22 million units to achieve universal affordability for all residents across Canada.
Source: CHMC Report June 2022 – Canada’s Housing Supply Shortages: Estimating what is needed to solve Canada’s housing affordability crisis by 2030
The Trust plans to issue quarterly distributions to holders of each class of Units, determined by the Trust’s Net Income. The distribution amounts may vary, and there is no guarantee of distributions being made in any specific period or at a predetermined amount. This approach ensures compliance with tax regulations outlined in Part I of the Income Tax Act (Canada).
In adherence to relevant securities regulations, distributions will be automatically reinvested into additional Units of the respective Class at the Net Asset Value (NAV) on the distribution date. However, Unitholders have the option to receive these distributions in cash by providing written notice to the Manager.
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How to Subscribe
Units are being offered to subscribers who qualify as “accredited investors” under applicable Canadian securities laws as defined in NI 45-106. Non-residents may invest using a Canadian resident corporation and if in compliance with applicable securities laws.