Living Joy Urban Eco-Wellness Real Estate

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Organisation

For ethical investors who want to be part of a better future, Living Joy is a sustainable real estate development company that merges the growth industries of wellness, smart technology, sustainability and real estate development. Unlike other developments that don’t cash in on the increased ROI and marketing advantages of sustainability and wellness, we leverage real estate development to provide a profitable solution to some of the world’s biggest problems. With a strong track record and extensive industry credentials, we create innovative, profitable and desirable dwellings that help people and the planet to thrive together.

Financial Return

10% per annum, payable progressively based on the underlying investments.

Social Return

Living Joy is committed to providing ethical, sustainable housing with a focus on both wellness in the built form and wellness community. Our mission is to help people and the planet to thrive together, and we do that through the creation of smart, sustainable and well urban dwellings. We focus on redevelopment of brownfield sites in urban locations that fall within both our sustainability and wellness metrics. Our developments are medium to high density, using the science of wellness to enable people to live a well, sustainable life in the city.
Issuing organisation
  • Living Joy Capital Pty Ltd
Size
  • $25,000,000
Minimum Investment
  • $500,000
Investment Type
  • Debt, with an equity position negotiable depending on level of investment
Investor Type
  • Sophisticated/Wholesale Investors only
Term
  • Ten Years
Impact Focus
  • Environment, Health, Housing, Renewables, Technology
Location
  • Australia-wide

Contact

Name
Alice Joy
Title
Director of Opportunities (co-founder)
Website
www.livingjoy.com.au
E-mail
alice@livingjoy.com.au
Phone
P: +61 435 550 469
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