For Instance, with a 50% discount to the retail products of home building (end of the economic process for home building) and Finance (beginning of the financial process for home loans), if you went to a home builder and purchased a $200k home that was discounted 50% it would cost you $100k. Then if the Bank lent you the $100k but rebated you $50k back….you just purchased a $200k home for $50k. Not bad, huh?
And of course with the dividend implemented and the discount applying to every other retail product for sale you’d have plenty of time and money to pay that loan off.
New paradigms….they’re all upside.