EB-5 Direct Projects

EB-5 Direct Project
Great Greek Mediterranean Restaurant

About Great Greek 

Great Greek is one of the few restaurant franchises that grew during the pandemic due to their technology and ability to adapt to changing industry conditions. 

The Great Greek has 22 locations opened throughout the United States and another 160 under construction to be opened soon. 

Why invest in a Great Greek Restaurant?

  • Health and Wellness is a trend that has been the fundamental driver of change in food and beverages worldwide, and we not only expect this trend to continue, but also accelerate.
  • Consumers across the country are seeking delicious, new, healthy options when dining out. New research confirms Mediterranean food is the big winner with diners both when it comes to one-time trial and for eating frequently.
  • Customers tend to prefer small business and are more loyal to them- They’re 30% more likely to be satisfied with a small business than a big business and are more likely to return.Customers tend to prefer fresh food with natural ingredients. Mediterranean food features big, bold flavors and healthy ingredients that make it delicious to enjoy.
  • The Great Greek makes almost every item on the menu 100% from scratch in house, cooking meals to order.

Keys to success

 

Authentic Recipes –  Authentic third-generation Greek family recipes
Exceptional Food –  Meals and desserts are all made from scratch with fresh, whole ingredients
Award Winning Restaurants – Great Greek restaurants have received a variety of awards for their delicious food options and family-friendly atmosphere
Proven Demand – Greek/Mediterranean cuisine is highly sought after because of its bold flavors and healthy options.
Convenience Dine in or carry-out options at very location

EB-5 Direct Project - Your Vet

About Your Vet

Your Vet is founded by Evan Stoopler and David Finkelstein. They have teamed up with Dr. Brian Marder and Dr. Jonathan E. May to open and operate 4 animal walk-in and urgent care clinics. Dr. Marder received his B.S. in Animal Physiology from Cornell University in 1975, his M.A. in Reproductive Physiology from the University of Florida in 1976, and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Cornell University in 1980. 

Dr. May received his B.S. in Biology from Cornell University in 1972, his M.S. in Molecular and Cell Biology from the University of San Francisco in 1974, and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Cornell University in 1980.

Why invest in Your Vet?

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Over the five years to 2021, the Veterinary Services industry has capitalized on rapid growth in the pet insurance sector and rising pet ownership in the United States. Pet insurance coverage, in particular, has made industry services more accessible and affordable to pet owners, enabling them to choose higher-cost procedures or treatments. 
According to the North American Pet Health Insurance Association, the total number of pets insured in the United States and Canada has grown at an annualized rate of 17.2% over the past five years, reaching 3.1 million in 2020.

The U.S. pet population is increasing, but access to veterinary care continues to be a concern. One method of alleviating barriers that prevent access to care is the presence of pet health insurance for a pet. Dog owners were surveyed to see the impact of pet health insurance on dog owners’ visits and expenditures at
the veterinarian. Using several models, it was found that pet health insurance had a significant and positive impact on the amount spent at the veterinarian. With the growth of veterinarian health care, the veterinary industry will grow as well.

Services Offered

  • Vaccinations
  • Dentistry & Teeth Cleanings
  • Sick Patient Exams
  • Urgent Care & Emergencies
  • 24/7 Veterinary Telemedicine
  • Diagnostic Testing & Radiology
  • Pharmacy
  • Surgery
  • Spaying & Neutering
  • Pet Travel Certificates
  • Nutrition
  • Pet Behavioral Consultations
  • Allergies & Dermatology
  • Euthanasia

Investment Terms

  • Investment Structure: 3.5% ownership equity for six investors in all four locations
  • Investment Amount Per Investor: $500,000
  • Total Investment: $3,000,000
  • Estimated returns: minimum 12%-16% annually

Sponsor has over 12 years of experience in securing I-526 and I-829 approvals Uses of funds: The $500,000 invested by each EB-5 applicant will be used on all expenses related to developing the locations and operations until stabilization 

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Frequently asked questions

An EB-5 investment is considered “at risk” if the capital is actually and fully invested, with a risk of loss and a chance for gain, and fully deployed in an active job-creating entity. An I-526 EB-5 petition must be accompanied by evidence that the petitioner has placed the required amount of capital at risk for the purpose of generating a return on the capital. Evidence of mere intent to invest or of prospective investment arrangements with no present commitment will not be sufficient.

 

Direct EB-5 investments projects are not pre-approved by USCIS.  The direct investment EB-5 project is reviewed by USCIS in the I-526 filing.  There is no process for pre-approval of direct investment projects.

Direct EB-5 projects do not involve Form I-924 filings.  I-924 are not applicable in EB-5 direct    investments.  

Since the USCIS does not pre-approve direct EB-5 investment projects, Notices of Intent to Terminate the direct EB-5 project are not issued.  The USCIS may issue a Request for Evidence for the Form I-526 and ask additional information about the EB-5 project. 

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