Simply, money and property is collected into The Manaia Fund which then purchases homes for each one of us.
Fundraising ⇒ The Manaia Fund ⇔ Homes In Trust
Each home is bought “In Trust“ for a beneficiary and the beneficiary pays back the money without Interest or fees over ten years through rent.
What is happening is; The Manaia Funds property portfolio grows as the money spent comes back over ten years to again be re-spent on more property for more beneficiaries, and as more funds are collected through fundraising and spent on more property the Fund continues to grow and grow without ever stopping.
The reason the Fund has been set up this way is to reduce our cost of living and to be free of this life long burden.
Instead of paying rent or paying off a mortgage which has been created in a separatist society, the Manaia fund is a form of unity leading us toward a freer societal model.
When we pay rent we are at the mercy of the landlord to increase rent or kick us out. The next level is banking which as a mortgage holder we are at risk of Interest rate fluctuations which are not calculable because of world trade factors. Bankers put pressure on mortgage holders and can call your loans because of internal policy changes and risk management as these players know what is coming before we do. Another level is local Government taxes on landholders called rates. If these are not paid, again you can have your home sold up.
In Unity, we can remove all of these levels of our insecurity because of the structure of One Fund where we are unified which purchases property without debt and the beneficiary of the use of that home has a version of Pay-it-forward where all he need do is pay the cost back over 10 years. When this is done he becomes the Guardian of that property and never needs to pay to live there again, and can pass it down to his offspring when he so chooses.
It is like buying a home without a deposit, without paying interest and fees, and without a history check or need of work as there are ways for people to get rent assistance and there are many charitable services to assist the homeless or down trodden. The thing is even `normal` people struggle with rent and saving for a home so this ideal is worth fighting for.
We can start these funds all over every country if we want and as long as the name reads The Manaia Fund on each purchase which ties the people together we then add A T F which represents as trustee for and then we place the name of the beneficiary. Ie. The Manaia Fund ATF Joe Blow.
Joe Blow is not the Owner, the Manaia Fund is. Joe just has the use of the property unless he does not repay the peoples kindness. If he did have trouble he could fundraise for himself or have family help him out, knowing the total cost that needs to be repaid.
There is a small catch in that this system requires that the beneficiary pays the rates and house upkeep just as an owner would but this is definitavely outweighed by the benefits offered.
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