30 May 2012

Africa: A Unique Opportunity That Offers Full Citizenship to You and Your Dependants

Range Developments is building the finest five-star luxury resort on the beautiful island of St Kitts in the Caribbean. Managed by one of the world's leading hoteliers, this ultra luxury hotel will be surrounded by 2500 acres of lush landscape and world class recreational facilities, including a Tom Fazio designed golf course, a beach club, a yacht club and a 300-slip super-yacht marina and village.

Range Developments is looking for investors who are interested in owning shares in the exclusive five-star resort on the island of St Kitts & Nevis. There are many benefits to investing in this luxury resort.

Investors obtain full citizenship of St Kitts & Nevis for themselves all of eligible dependents

Investors own part of the five-star resort

There are no taxes on foreign income, capital gains and inheritance for citizens

Citizens of St Kitts enjoy Visa free travel to 139 countries including UK, France, Germany, Canada and Switzerland

There is an investment exit strategy after five years - capital appreciation and income generation opportunity

Click here for more information about this opportunity.

To make an appointment regarding investing in this opportunity, contact:

Charles Schmidt

Email: charles.schmidt AT rangedevelopments.com

Tel: +27 72 486 6784



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