What is Private Lending?
A private money loan is a loan that is given to a real estate investor, secured by real estate. Private money investors are given a first or second mortgage that secures their legal interest in the property and secures their investment. When we have isolated a home that is well under market value, we give our private lenders an opportunity to fund the purchase and rehab of the home. Through that process, the lender can yield extremely high interest rates – 4 or 5 times the rates you can get on bank CD’s and other traditional investment plans.
Essentially, private money lending is your opportunity to become the bank, reaping the profits just like a bank would. It’s a great way to generate cash flow and produce a predictable income stream - while at the same time, provide excellent security and safety for your principle investment. You can do what the banks have been doing for years…make a profitable return on investments backed by real estate. There is no other investment vehicle like it.
Think About Becoming a Private Lender Today!
If you're looking for an alternative way to participate in the real estate market, then consider learning about becoming a private lender. We are a Residential Redevelopment Company who buys and sells homes at reasonable prices and keeps communities beautiful. Due to the large number of properties that we buy and sell, we are always looking for short-term private lenders who are excited to loan money at attractive rates, and which will be secured by a mortgage or deed of trust. We can agree on the terms and a time frame that you're happy with.
Returns On Your Money
Learn how you can make good returns backed by real estate and how you can leverage money that's sitting in accounts you didn’t know you could access. Invest in one property or many -you decide what’s right for you and your money.
EARNINGS & INCOME DISCLAIMERS
Disclosure: This is not a public offering. This is not an offer or an invitation to sell or a solicitation of any offer to purchase any securities in the United States or any other jurisdiction. Any securities made will only be offered or sold directly or indirectly in the states or in the states in which they have been registered or have been offered under an appropriate exemption.