San Diego, CA, Aug. 15, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CEO Jan Telander Interviews with Uptick Network Discussing the Current Real Estate Developments Master Plan
San Diego, CA., (UPTICK Newswire – August 15, 2017) – CEO Jan Telander with ProGreen US, Inc. (OTCQB:PGUS) was interviewed on the Uptick Network Stock Day Podcast with host Everett Jolly. Mr. Jan Telander reviews the recent strategic progress with moving the business closer to the boarder of Mexico from Michigan to lower San Diego. Engaging primarily in agriculture and real estate in the Baja region, Mr. Telander elaborates on the company’s working master plan for commercial, residential development on the ocean front properties and the positive developments to this unique vision. Mr. Telander explains early interest, the launch of a second round of pre-sale lot reservations and the confidence in these pre-sales from an interest of professional investors and property investors.
Mr. Telander states, “These investors can go in and take a bunch of these lot reservations, clump them together when they can choose the lots, when the plans are really out there, and build small developments within our developments, or just to go in purely as investors.” Mr. Telander continues, “What we are offering with these reservations is we are asking for a small deposit which is totally refundable, this gives the investor first choice to choose lots before we launch this to the public market… from this they will be getting a 40% discount to the market price when we actually launch this price which is a huge savings for putting this reservation up so the risk is not really there.”
The interview was paid by ProGreen US, Inc. and approved by Jan Telander. The distribution was sent out to the Uptick Network Stock Day Radio show, sponsors, its affiliates and social media distribution platforms.
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