Step #2 Homeless Model
WIl created and developed a sustainable business model for land acquisition to make it possible to create homeless communities under written by cities, counties and states. At this time Wil created a website demonstrating how Homeless Housing could be resolved. The components of the model would include (1) city, county, state in need of a solution for housing, (2) an amortized method of payment for the homes, (3) indestructible structures, (4) easy to place and assemble at a community location, (5) financing for the community, (6) provide, food stores, health and laundry facilities.
Dave and Larry told Wil that Kim was going to contract Dave and company to build homes for the resort for 80 homes at a cost of $6.5 million dollars. Wil told Dave and Larry that he would work out a plain whereby the purchase of Kim for the homes could greatly benefit the new company. The model would be to accept the payment for the homes as an investment into the new company and trade the homes to the resort for the use of the land and research for the development of the project.
Status: David and Larry where very excited about this model and clearly understood the value exchange for Kim, the client and David the contractor. Wil, Dave and Larry then reviewed the Financial Proforma budget over the phone and discussed company ownership. David said he didn't want to pay $36,000 for development costs for May and June because he Dave didn't understand what Wil was doing for the money. Dave didn't send the $8,000 payment.