A Cause for Investing
American Community Development Group, Inc. is a publicly traded company with its common shares listed on the Pink Sheets (PK) under the stock symbol “ACYD.” The core of the ACYD business model is a unique real estate venture that acquires deeply discounted commercial properties (hotels or apartments with units of 40 to 100) to house transitional program clients, including those sponsored by governmental and not for profit agencies, in a group housing setting. The new business model creates improved cash flow, asset based business acquisitions with substantial regional and national growth prospects. The Company has found an overwhelming need and supply of these transitional clients that also need one or more services in health, education, and employment.
BUSINESS AND SERVICES INTRODUCTION
AMERICAN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GROUP (ACYD.PK)
ACYD offers an exciting business model that incorporates “social responsibility” to portions of the affordable housing industry. While primarily a commercial real estate acquisition and management company, we also provide select transitional housing program services. The Company has launched its first local platform that has the ability to extend immediately through out the local region, and is expandable to other major regional cities in the United States.
ACYD is able to maintain strong cash flow by way of increased population density to over double what traditional housing provides. Unlike traditional housing, our tenants are primarily clients of our new innovative secondary recovery program. The Company’s clients include those that are received from not for profit’s primary recovery programs so that they are able to again become self sufficient while being in an environment that is conducive to accomplish this. Due to the clients’ inability to pay large security and utility deposits, ACYD makes it affordable and easier for them to move into Company owned and supervised properties by charging weekly/monthly program fees.
The business model is planned for multiple regional locations in “best fit” cities in the United States. Cities that currently offer attractive opportunities in size and cultural climate include: Atlanta, Georgia; Dallas and Houston, Texas; and Los Angeles and San Francisco, California. Most regional cities in the United States with over 2,000,000 in area population meet the criteria of need, and the ability for ACYD to be profitable. As the company advances to multiple locations, each market will have a program designed specifically to meet that city’s needs and criteria. A local management structure with roots in the community will be implemented.
Affordable Housing-Primary Focus
ACYD is breaking new ground as a provider of affordable housing designed to serve the needs of individuals who have been previously overlooked. The company intends to continuous acquire affordable multi-family housing and other high occupancy commercial real estate to accommodate various types of distressed populations.
As a for-profit company, ACYD has positioned itself to be able to constantly acquire, renovate, and manage various revenue producing properties that include apartments and hotels.
This is a lucrative enterprise for the following reasons:
ACYD accommodates their clients by utilizing the shared housing concept. In essence, the clients pay a minimum of $125.00 per week or $500.00 monthly to enter into ACYD’s program. With the increased density, the company is able to over double the monthly cash flow compared to the monthly contributed cash flow from traditional housing accommodations, especially hotels.
Combined with a revised executive management team who possess the necessary relevant professional experience to re-launch, the new ACYD business model lends itself to a higher rate of profitability for both investors and the company.
Job Creation – Profitable Enterprise – Second Focus
The second corporate focus will continue to be to create jobs and job training for disadvantaged citizens. Business enterprises will be acquired or created that have a proven track record of profitability. Since the clients are motivated by continuing their recovery, ACYD can attract an extremely dedicated work force. Additionally, lucrative franchise type operations will also be considered that meet client employment and profitability criteria.
In addition to furthering the cause of social entrepreneurship, these jobs will allow both the employees and the company to continue to move forward profitably. Positions will be created in various enterprises that require minimal start-up capital while maintaining a high yield of return on investment.
Consulting / Management Advisory – Third Focus
The Non-Profit Organization
Through the professional experience of the management team, ACYD offers expert advisory services for non-profit organizations at affordable cost. ACYD is committed to assisting community and faith based organizations in their efforts to transform the social, economic, and cultural fabric of our society.
ACYD seeks to assist clients who have completed not for profit’s primary recovery programs with many of the needed skill sets that may not be affordable to them within their own financial constraints.
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Certain statements and information set forth on this web-site, including statements regarding the business and anticipated financial performance of the Company, constitute “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Federal Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied in such forward-looking statements. Some of the factors that could cause such differences include, but are not limited to, inflation and general economic conditions, changes in the level of demand for the Company’s services, competitive economic pressures, and general market trends. Additional discussion of factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from management’s projections, estimates and expectations is contained in the Company’s SEC filings. These and other factors should be considered carefully and undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements. The Company undertakes no duty to update its forward-looking statements, including its earnings outlook.
[Revised: January 14, 2013]