A review of the company’s management accounts and consideration of forecasted results for the year ending 28 February 2015 has indicated that the company reported a loss and headline loss in excess of 6.5 cents per share. This is compared to Visual International Holding’s previous year’s forecast earnings and headline earnings per share of 13.09 cents per share as detailed in the Company’s prospectus for the year ending 28 February 2015. This represents a decline of more than 150% compared to the profit forecast, this is not too good news for the Visual International Holdings share price and the company’s shareholders. The main reasons for Visual International Holdings’recorded loss is as follows: Firstly, there were substantial delays in the transfer of the company’s properties, which in turn had a negative effect on the company’s attempts to put up their stock for sale. Lastly the length of time for approval of the development plans for the Stellendale 2 Lifestyle Estate also affected the company. Approval is said to have only came through after 9 months in late January 2015, an exceptionally long amount of time in the property market, which threw the company off its initial momentum and negatively affected morale and stake holder interest. Construction on the Lifestyle Estate, is now expected to commence shortly.