Newland has long-term relationships with a top institutional pension fund and high net worth investment partners. These relationships are based on confidence, trust, and our ability to deliver results. We take our fiduciary responsibilities seriously, and as an experienced operator, have invested both our partners’ and our own capital with confidence in our own projects.


Stonemill Farms

   Our investment strategy includes:

  • Acquisition, whether of portfolios or individual projects through negotiated sales and joint ventures of non-performing loans, foreclosed land assets, and excess land inventory. Assets acquired would be held, liquidated, or developed according to strict investment criteria.
  • Capitalization, in the form of equity and/or debt, market-driven projects developed by qualified, established, or emerging builders and developers.
  • Establishment of real estate investment funds, in partnership with other capital partners, for our own and other projects.



To Newland, partner selection is a critical element in the success of every community.

All of our projects are privately owned, held in a series of development partnerships with public and private investors and, in some cases, with financially strong and experienced local landowners, and builders. Because of the size of the average community, the major financial requirements for development, and the long-time horizon from conception to completion, Newland, along with our investors, understand that development is a long-term process requiring patience, commitment, and careful planning.

Our projects begin with a period of due diligence on the part of both the potential investment partner and Newland. The understanding of each party's background and strengths achieved through this process benefits the financial performance of the project.

Newland typically uses an equity structure that presents returns, control over the lot development process, and limits investor liability. Newland's compensation is determined by the profitable completion of each project or program, and is primarily dependent on the overall return earned on each project.