Twin Lakes Rural EB-5 Project Celebrates Sale of 500 Homes, Shows Strong Market Demand and Solid Financials

Twin Lakes Georgia, a single-family home development near Atlanta, is proud to announce that it has reached a major milestone: 500 homes have been sold. Twin Lakes Georgia has shown sustained demand for its quality homes and active adult community. This demand has translated into substantial revenue and the financial health of the project.

As a rural EB-5 project, Twin Lakes is a model for low financial and immigration risk. This project’s remarkable financial success and strong sales have established it as one of the safest rural EB-5 opportunities on the market today.

The Key to Twin Lakes Georgia’s Success: Strong Market Demand and Solid Financials

Catering to the Needs of Active Seniors and Retirees

One of the factors driving Twin Lakes Georgia’s success is its focus on meeting the needs of seniors and retirees. Many seniors are trying to lead healthier and more active lives. This makes active adult communities like Twin Lakes attractive. Retirees generally have greater access to wealth than other population subsets. As a result, they face fewer hurdles moving into communities that fit their needs and preferences.

Twin Lakes is a well-planned community offering a high standard of living. The homes in Twin Lakes are perfect for active adults. They feature open designs, eco-friendly elements, and modern features. Buyers can pick options to make their homes match their personal style.

Twin Lakes has many amenities for different interests. Facilities include a state-of-the-art clubhouse as well as tennis and pickleball courts. The community also features walking and biking trails and scenic parks.

Twin Lakes also benefits from its convenient location near Atlanta. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is about an hour from Twin Lakes.

Homebuyers with Solid Financial Standing

Most Twin Lakes buyers are buying retirement homes. They generally have more secure financial profiles than younger, first-time homebuyers.

Approximately half of the homebuyers in Twin Lakes to date have bought homes without mortgages. All buyers must pay a non-refundable deposit, and many buyers close on their new homes with all cash.

As a consequence, Twin Lakes has largely avoided the risks tied to buyers withdrawing their offers or having difficulty obtaining mortgages. Twin Lakes has also benefited from a faster sales process compared to sales reliant on third-party financing. As a result, the developer has faster access to funds, which can then be put back into the project.

Also, the majority of homes in Twin Lakes to date have been pre-sold before construction starts. This further optimizes the development of the project and reduces both immigration and financial risk for EB-5 investors.

Revolving Loan Arrangement Enhances Financial Stability

A key financial component of the Twin Lakes project is its senior revolving loan. This is one of the primary sources of construction funding.

With this revolving loan in place, the lender commits to providing the developer with a line of credit up to a specified limit. The developer can access funds, repay the balance, and borrow more when needed. Interest is charged only on the outstanding balance.

This flexible form of credit enables more effective cash flow management throughout the construction process. It also gives the developer the capacity to adapt to evolving project needs. The construction pace can be fine-tuned to align with demand.

A Reputable Developer with an Outstanding Track Record

The Kolter Group is developing Twin Lakes Georgia. Kolter is a well-known developer with extensive experience constructing residential communities across the United States. With a track record of development valued at more than $19 billion, Kolter is known for its commitment to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction. Kolter’s reputation and Twin Lakes’ strong financial performance give EB-5 investors added confidence that their money is safe.

EB5AN and Kolter have collaborated successfully on more than 10 EB-5 projects. These projects have a 100% approval rate from United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Since its inception in 1997, Kolter has never failed to complete a project or repay a loan.

Twin Lakes: Unparalleled Safety for EB-5 Investors Seeking a Rural EB-5 Project

Besides its financial security, Twin Lakes also offers high immigration safety for EB-5 applicants. The project has already created all of the jobs needed for its EB-5 investors. Job creation is the main requirement for foreign nationals to obtain permanent Green Cards through the EB-5 program.

Additionally, the project is in a rural targeted employment area (TEA). TEA designation qualifies EB-5 investors for the reduced investment amount of $800,000. By investing in a rural TEA project, foreign investors also gain priority processing of Form I-526E and access to reserved EB-5 visas. Reserved visas allow Chinese and Indian investors who invest in rural projects like Twin Lakes to immigrate years earlier than otherwise possible.

Twin Lakes also provides for the accelerated repayment of any EB-5 investor who does not receive I-526E approval.

More Information About Twin Lakes

Twin Lakes Georgia has shown exceptional market demand and financial stability. It is one of the most attractive and secure investments available to EB-5 visa applicants today.

This project’s tailored approach has drawn in buyers with strong financial profiles, which has resulted in excellent sales velocity. Access to flexible financing has meant steady construction. And the project’s experienced, reputable developer, Kolter, brings added confidence that the project is being done right. Twin Lakes provides unparalleled safety for EB-5 investors seeking a rural EB-5 investment project.

If you are interested in investing in this thriving community, please do not hesitate to schedule a free consultation with EB5AN to explore the potential benefits of investing in this project and to secure your future in the United States.