You can invest using your IRA! If you use a self-directed IRA you may invest in private mortgages using your IRA for tax-deferred income.
You can receive payments or reinvest your distributions. You can choose to receive payments regularly or, if you using a retirement plan, reinvest. 
Liquidity is 1-2 years average.  Most of our TD's have short to mid term investment strategies.

  • Accredited investors/trust deed purchasers are permitted to invest in higher risk, higher yield investment vehicles than non-accredited investors. However many wish to invest only in single notes and mortgages to purchase for their investment regardless if they qualify or not. We can help you find quality notes and mortgages for you to consider.

  • Many investment opportunities exists apart from the familiar world of stocks, bonds, annuities, CDs and other traditional investments where it is still possible to experience consistent cash flow with targeted double-digit interest rates, offering investors the ability to participate in a professionally managed pool of residential and commercial mortgage loans backed by real estate, and in many cases, by the personal guarantees of the Borrowers.  Real estate has two financial sides: the equity side, which is normally the concern of the homeowner and the debt side, which is normally the concern of the bank. The Private Mortgage Association works on the debt side of real estate by introducing investors to high yield opportunities secured by real estate. Private mortgages have stable returns and fit well within a portfolio of stocks, bonds and real estate. Adding these to a portfolio will make the returns of the total portfolio more consistent.

  • Must be Referred

  • Must have a heart and desire to Keep the Family in the Home

  • Trust Deed Purchase can not exceed more than 10% of your Net Worth

  • Must Have Money in Reserve

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