LamBonche International Inc.
Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849, US
LamBonche International Inc., is a Real Estate Investment Company engages in the acquisition, renovation, leasing, and operating Multifamily, High End Medical and NNN Lease Office Building rental properties in the United States.
LamBonche International Inc., was founded in 2012 and is based in Ohio and New Jersey. We are targeting properties in high cap rate 8% to 10% plus, Building Class B with 100% Occupancy. LamBonche International Inc., is under process with SEC financial Auditing for DPO and will be list under OTCPK very soon.
The Company is seeking to raise a total of $850,000 in equity capital through the sale of One Hundred Seventy (170) Membership Units in the Company for $5,000 each.
Matt Lourie, CPA
9801 Westheimer Road, Suite 1100
Houston, TX 77042
Brenda Lee Hamilton
Hamilton & Associates Law Group, P.A.
101 Plaza Real South, Suite 202 N
Boca Raton, FL 33432
LamBonche is offering Fifty cents $0.50 per share for Seed Shareholders for filing Form S-1, DPO as 1,600,000 Common Shares in $800,000 capital Fund .
The minimum investment accepted is $1,000 per investor and the maximum investment accepted is $50,000 per investor. Close day May, 30 2016.
Products / Services
SweetKiddles and KinderCare Child Care Concept
LamBonche International Incorporation is seeking $ 850,000 in equity for its DayCare Center project located in:
SweetKiddles – 3825 Stonegate Drive, Medina, OH | 7,280 SF ($10.00 per SF).
We anticipate a return of the Investment within 1 years. The Investors will receive 8% preferred return with payments starting 1 year after investment. (Fully Leased 100%)
•Property Type: Day Care
•Lease NN Tenants: 100% Leased
•Annual Rent: $72,800
•CAP Rate: 10.00%
•Lease Expiration: Dec/31/2018
•Landlord responsible for Roof, Structure and Parking Lot (NN).
•Landlord replaced 3 HVAC units in 2015 – $18,000 total cost.
•Tenant spent $35,000 on interior improvements prior to opening location.
•Roof maintenance of $6,200 by Landlord prior to opening.
Leveraged Rate of Return:
•Down Payment: 25% | $182,000
•Loan Amount: $546,000
•Term Rate: 30yrs/4.5%
•Annual Payment: $33,198
•Leveraged NOI: $39,602
•Leveraged Rate of Return: 21.76%
Fact Sheet: Child Care?
Americans are working hard to pay their bills and take care of their families, yet too many employers make it impossible to juggle those work and family obligations. The danger of losing a job or missing a promotion because of illness, pregnancy, or taking care of loved ones when so many companies are focused solely on the bottom line leaves too many moms and dads having to choose between their jobs and their families.
About half of all workers on U.S. payrolls today are women. Moreover, the majority of mothers, whether married or single, work outside the home, meaning that in most American families, all of the adults work and there is no full-time stay-at-home caregiver. This is not just a “women’s issue” since the changing nature of our families impacts men and women, adults and children. Indeed, as our population continues to rapidly age, more and more workers are finding themselves providing elder care to their aging parents as well.
WHO NEEDS DAYCARE?
Child care is an extremely important issue that many working families need help with in order to achieve greater economic productivity and prosperity now and in the future. In most U.S. families, all of the adults work. Fewer than one-in-three children today have a full-time, stay-at-home parent. In 1975, only a generation ago, more than half of all children had a stay-at-home parent—usually the mother. Because most parents work outside the home, most children under five years old receive child care from someone other than a parent. Almost one-quarter (23.4%) of children under the age of five are in some form of organized child care arrangement, which includes day care centers, nurseries, and preschools. This includes one-third (33%) of those with an employed mother and more than one-quarter (28.6%) of those whose mothers are not employed but are in school. Low-income families spend a much larger portion of income on child care.
AT A GLANCE
•Investment Strategy: Buy & Hold
•Hold Period: 5 years
•Acquisition Price: $728,000
•Closing fee: $25,000
•Hard Cost: $50,000
•Soft Cost: $32,000
•Total Target Fund: $850,000
•Distribution to Investor/LamBonche: (80/20) Split thereafter,
•Projected First Distribution: Nov. 2016
•Distribution Schedule: Quarterly
•Investor Funding Deadline: June, 5, 2016
•Estimated Closing Date: June, 15, 2016
Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Lam has more than 10 years of experience as a commercial real estate principal in all major property types as well as in most geographic areas of the United States. As CEO of LamBonche, Ken is responsible for setting the firm’s strategic direction, initiating new business ventures, developing national tenant and equity partner relationships, and overseeing all major operations including property acquisition, financing, redevelopment, management and disposition. Mr. Lam brings to LamBonche over 20 years of management level and multi-faceted business experience. Prior to joining LamBonche, Mr. Lam was the Senior Engineer managed DoD SBIR contract for 20 years. Ken earned his BS in Electrical Engineering from SUNY at Stonybrook.