Are you tired of making such a small amount of interest on money that is sitting in the bank? Are you weary of investing in the stock market, with its volatility and low return for the amount of risk involved? Are you looking at the percentage return on CDs and thinking you would be better off putting your money under your mattress? Well, consider another option.
We invest in real estate. Simply put, we buy distressed homes, renovate them, and resell them for a profit. We use money from others who want to invest in real estate, but who don’t want the hassles associated with it. We do the work of finding deals, determining market value, negotiating with sellers, getting inspections, hiring and managing contractors, choosing and buying materials, pricing the properties, and working with buyers to get the properties sold.
The people who lend us money to invest in properties are called private lenders. Think of the lenders as acting like a bank. They are lending money to someone who is purchasing a property. Like a bank, the lender gets the same protection with their investment, which means their money is secured against an actual home with a Deed of Trust.
Why do we work with every day people rather than banks, when we could pay less interest to a bank? In order for us to be competitive when making offers on properties, we need to be able to purchase quickly. Banks take a long time to finance a loan, and sometimes they choose not to do so even after weeks have passed. So, we borrow from ordinary people and offer a good return on their money. This allows us to make “all-cash” offers that can close very quickly with a low likelihood of us backing out of escrow. This increases the likelihood of a seller accepting our offer. Being able to buy quickly also allows us to do more deals each year.
To learn more about increasing the earning potential of your money by lending funds for real estate purchases, please Contact us today.
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This is not a Security. The information provided herein is not intended to be for the purpose of soliciting a Security under State or Federal regulations. The information is intended to give the private investor alternatives to stock market investments, but is not intended to be a solicitation of a Security under SEC rules and definitions. This is intended to be a private borrowing transaction with the individual investments secured by real estate title to benefit an individual. For more information, please see our Disclosure Statement.