The Sincerus Investment Process is a method of converting agricultural land into developed properties.   This may include residential, commercial or industrial properties. Every step is managed by an experienced management team. 


“Never count on making a good sale. Have the purchase price be so attractive that even a mediocre sale gives good results.”

-       Warren Buffet

Stage 1: Research and Acquisition

Sincerus Capital conducts in-depth research on a potential land acquisition. This research includes:

  • Economic Forecasts
  • Water Availability
  • Population Growth Projections
  • Title and Lien Issues
  • Zoning Policy
  • Receptive Sellers and Purchase Price
  • Infrastructure Access
  • Opportunity to increase land value on exit


Stage 2: Investment Creation and Syndication

Sincerus creates the Limited Partnership (LP)  investment offering.      This allows qualified investors the opportunity to participate in the projected appreciation of the land development,  without the hassles of day-to-day management of the development.

  • Eligible for registered plans (RRSP, RRIF, TFSA, RESP)
  • Tax efficient Bond/Share structure


Stage 3: Planning, Entitlements and Development

Once we have rasied sufficient capital from individual investors,  Sincerus proceeds to the development of a concept plan.  This concept plan outlines the subdivision lots, regional service and infrastructure requirements that are needed for zoning by-law approval.


Once zoning is approved, development infrastructure is created.  This includes water, sewage, roads, and power access.

Stage 4: Exit Opportunities

Sincerus projects are designed for multiple exit possibilities. Sincerus works with trusted residential real estate professionals to sell the property to qualified buyers, home builders or developers.


Returns are subject to economic and environmental conditions.  Selling price, timing and returns  cannot be guaranteed.



This is not intended to be an offering of securities. Offerings in Sincerus projects are made only to those investors in jurisdictions of Canada who meet certain eligibility or minimum purchase requirements pursuant to NI 45-106. The risks of investing are outlined and detailed in the form of an offering memorandum prescribed by NI 45-106 and you should review the offering memorandum in detail prior to investing. Investments are not guaranteed or insured and the value of units may fluctuate. See the applicable offering memorandum for complete details.