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REDEV Properties - Palisades Shopping Centre
Opportunity for co-ownership
Affordable entry level
Now you can own a shopping plaza too!
Contact: redev@outlook.com

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  • Welcome to our presentation about REDEV Properties. The principals of REDEV Properties have been in the property business for over 30 years and has been redeveloping shopping plazas since 2001. The company is head quartered in Toronto, and most of the shopping malls that we own are in Alberta, the richest and fastest growing province in Canada.
  • Palisades short nov 2013

    1. 1. A+ RATING Immediate Cash flow from ownership in existing shopping plazas in Canada
    2. 2. Why Invest in Canada? • • • • Stable & Predictable Resource Rich – Oil, Gas, Uranium, Potash No subprime issues Canada’s banks rated as safest in the world 5 years in a row • Canada’s economy was the first among G-7 nations to recoup the employment losses recorded during the global recession.
    3. 3. Why Alberta? Alberta Energy Resources • Conventional oil & gas covers half the province • Oil sands production 1.6m+ barrels per day –> 3.2m by 2020 • CAD $170 Billion in investment forecasted based on current projects* • Petroleum Industry forecast to contribute CAD $2.5 Trillion to Canada over next 25 years* * www.albertacanada.com
    4. 4. WHY ALBERTA? FASTEST INDUSTRY GROWTH Real GDP Growth by Province (2011 final estimates) This means more $ into the economy
    5. 5. Why Alberta? STRONG LABOUR FORCE GROWTH Highest total labour force growth over 10 years ended in 2010 at 28.5% with 76,000 jobs added in 2011 Highest average annual labour force growth 10 years ended in 2010 at 3.2 % and 3.8% for 2011 Forecast: Alberta will generate 600,000 new jobs in next 10 years This means increased retail demand
    6. 6. WHY ALBERTA? – HIGHEST NET MIGRATION This means more spending in retail, more $ into the economy and higher demand for retail space
    7. 7. WHY ALBERTA? FASTEST JOB GROWTH & LOWEST UNEMPLOYMENT Alberta Now: 4.4% Alberta leads country in employment growth Therefore 11th May 2012 - Calgary Heraldincreases in retail spending Edmonton Now: 4.2%
    8. 8. WHY ALBERTA? Strong Retail Sales Growth • • • • • Highest average annual retail sales growth from 2009 to 2010 at 6.8 % Sales growth in Alberta grew over 9% since July 2011 Conference Board of Canada forecasts 6.1 % growth in 2013 CBRE: sales growth will grow to 10% by 2014 Highest retail sales per capita in 2011 at $15,267 (130% of National Average) This mean tenants can afford to pay higher rent
    9. 9. Edmonton’s overall retail occupancy remained over 97%, Q4 2012 Edmonton Retail Occupancy - 10 years 99 98 97 96 95 % Occupancy rate 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Occupancy Rates Continue to Rise This means tenants have very few places to move to.
    10. 10. Stable “Regular needs” established tenants Tenants pay costs ….means lower risk! Nonrecourse mortgage
    11. 11. Introducing • Palisades Shopping Centre • North West Edmonton
    12. 12. Palisades Plaza • Fully occupied • mix of major international & national tenants. Market Rents $29 per sq ft * Current rents $23 per sq ft If we increase to $29 that’s 45% higher than our largest tenant *Most recent tenant signed at $30.25 psf
    13. 13. Location Location Location Edmonton
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    16. 16. Location Location Location High daily traffic count 93,300 VPD Surrounded by residential with high disposable income D C B E A Shadow Anchor
    17. 17. E D C A B D C B E A Shadow Anchor
    18. 18. Palisades average price compared to others: Inglewood Plaza: Newly built extension, leased to a clothing store CAD32 *Daly Grove: New lease to an expanding restaurant CAD 27 on 10 year lease per sq ft per sqft Sturgeon Plaza: future lease to a restaurant CAD34 per sq ft Belmont Plaza: New building, new lease to Scotia Bank CAD36 per sq ft Broadview Plaza: New lease to an expanding clothing store CAD30 per sq ft Ellerslie Landing Plaza: $31 per sf Palisades average : $23 per square foot
    19. 19. New LRT – construction began 2011 Future ring road (2016) Demographics: • Large & growing population in 3km radius • High disposable income • New large residential development nearby to add 12,500 residents This means more shoppers Palisades Centre
    20. 20. About REDEV • • • • • • Since 2001 - 30 shopping plazas / 1 office tower – all successful 5000 investors – Direct Stake Holders More than half are Canadian 2/3 are repeat investors / multiple purchases 7 Sales & 5 Substantial Refinances All current plazas continue to pay income 5-7% 100% Track Record of Success!
    21. 21. All facts point to increased rental income and capital gain So… Sit back, relax. Start earning passive income and maximize capital gain from your shopping mall today REDEV: Simple Stable Secure www.redevproperties.com Contact: info@redevproperties.com

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