An Open Letter to Investors
The Millennium III Group of Companies was founded in 1981 by a group of Western Canadian business people in order to participate collectively in the ownership of commercial real estate.
Traditionally, investors who wish to become involved in this market are faced with a number of challenges. These include the requirement for large capital outlays, financing, and knowledge of the market, as well as an understanding of the complexities of commercial asset and property management. This leaves specialist developers or large financial organizations, such as banks and pension funds, to appropriate the bulk of profits, capital gains, and tax benefits available in this highly lucrative field.
An investment with Millennium III offers you the opportunity to profit from this market through partnership.
For the past 32 years, we have employed an investment model whereby commercial properties can be acquired with minimum individual capital outlay and maximum tax advantages. Through a limited partnership structure, the investor participates fully in the profits from operations without the need for commercial real estate expertise.
Directors of the Millennium III Group of Companies personally own units in all partnerships to ensure our long-term commitment to all of our projects.
Millennium III has a proven track record and long history of successful investment in 72 projects to date. We are one of the largest commercial landlords in Saskatchewan, and on behalf of more than 1,200 investors, we currently own and operate more than $300 million in investment property across Western Canada.
Our limited partners benefit from average annual returns on their real estate investments that are typically in the range 15% to 22%* at maturity. Many of our partners own multiple units in our projects, returning year after year to participate in our new syndications.
Our success is based on keeping the best interests of our investors at heart, and we invite you to join us.
Ev Kearley, P.Eng.
The Millennium III Group of Companies
*past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results
- Significant tax advantages
- Long-term income and equity growth
- Minimal risk
- Unique opportunities for income splitting and intergenerational wealth transfer