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Despite these difficult times, Veronica McDonald received a return of 18% per year on her investments with Opportunity Private Capital. (Image: Supplied)
Despite these difficult times, Veronica McDonald received a return of 18% per year on her investments with Opportunity Private Capital. (Image: Supplied)

‘About two years ago, I found myself in the fortunate position with some money available to invest’, says Veronica McDonald, a professional nurse based in the Western Cape. ‘Investing a large amount of money, or any amount for that matter, is not a decision to be taken lightly. I spent some time looking around, checking out banks and other financial institutions. For me, the key factors to consider was safety, availability, and naturally the best possible return on my investment, within those parameters.’

McDonald was introduced to Opportunity Private Capital (OPC) by someone who had been employed by the company for almost ten years. ‘From the day she started working at OPC, she kept saying that if she ever had the money to invest, it would be with this company.’ 

Nothing else in the investment market could top the interest rate of between 18% and 21% offered by OPC, so McDonald agreed to schedule a meeting with the MD, Nick Morgan to find out more.

With Opportunity Private Capital, clients participate in the financing of attractive residential development projects in high-demand suburbs of Cape Town. They do not buy property themselves, but have the benefits of investing in lucrative property developments for as little as R100 000. These high return, high security investment opportunities are based on medium- to long-term cycles, which embody the elements to withstand financial disruptions like the Corona virus crisis. Investments are secure as investor capital is paid into an Attorneys’ Trust account, and on exit, proceeds are paid from this account too.  

The proven formula of Opportunity Private Capital encapsulates three important elements: high fixed annual returns, fixed asset-backed security and secure structures to protect investors. 

With a 14-year proven track record, OPC investors continue to earn fixed returns of 18% per annum. ‘Some of my friends and family were sceptical about the 18% returns, saying that if something sounds too good to be true it normally is! But I’m glad I trusted my source at the company - I knew she would not encourage me to invest in any company if it was not 100% trustworthy’, McDonald says. 

Within the first ten minutes of the meeting with OPC, McDonald says she had a good understanding of the business model. ‘Initially I was going to invest only one third of my available capital and first see how they perform as a company. At the end of that meeting I felt so confident that this was the perfect investment opportunity for me, that I increased the amount I planned to invest. The information was clear and explained in such a way that even I, with no financial background, understood it. I could see my money would be safe and would yield excellent returns and I never once felt that my small investment was not important to OPC.’

‘After my initial transaction, I have re-invested multiple times with Opportunity Private Capital and have practically seen the actual performance of my investment, so much so, that when my husband retired, he joined me and used some of his hard earned money to invest with OPC as well’, McDonald concluded. 

Investors like Veronica McDonald agree that Opportunity Private Capital presents private clients with a brand-new way to think about their investments - introducing a new era for secure and transparent investing. She has just placed her fourth investment with OPC, this time in the newly released Endulini Development.

Investments are available in the Endulini project from as little as R100 000, with projected returns of between 15% and 18% per year. The residential security complex will comprise of 61 sectional title apartments in Brackenfell, Cape Town. Homes will be priced under R1,5m and will be more than 70m² in size with two bedrooms and a choice of one or two bathrooms, with a patio or balcony and built-in-braai. The area is popular and is undergoing rapid expansion to cater for the huge demand of the middle-income community. 

Want to know more?

  1. Go to www.opportunity.co.za
  2. Complete the form on the website and leave your contact details
  3. You will be contacted to set up a telecon with one of the Directors 

How do I invest?

  1. You will sign an Agreement (contract)
  2. Pay your investment funds (min. R 100 000) into Trust account of STBB Attorneys
  3. Your investment is secured (protected) by fixed assets (property)
  4. The funds are then authorised by an auditor for use to finance the project
  5. The projected length of the investment is 12 months
  6. Upon the maturation (exit point) of your investment the Attorneys will pay out your capital plus returns
  7. At this point you may elect to withdraw your funds or reinvest them into another investment window. (This is usually the case as the Company has a retention rate of over 80% with their clients)

This post and content is sponsored, written and provided by Opportunity Private Capital.

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