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High Return Cemetery

Short Summary

Serenity Memorial Park – Ashburton, will be a privately owned and managed private cemetery located in South Africa, KwaZulu Natal, near Pietermaritzburg, in the suburb of Ashburton. Our divisions include Tombstones & Manufacturing and Sereni-Tea

Overview

Target
US$900,000
Minimum
US$60
Investment Raised
US$600,000
Previous Rounds N/A
Stage Pre-Startup/R&D
Investor Role

Highlights

  • Already have a contract to supply tombstones to multiple comapnies
  • 16 years in funeral,cemetery and tombstone industry
  • Property value will be estaimated over R60 million once rezoned
  • Funeral directors have pledged to purchase 475 graves per month
  • Shortage of burial space
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