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After multiple years of consistent results, several people have asked us how they can become a part of what we do.


With the volatility of the stock market and the risk of alternative investments, investing in real estate is essentially one of the smartest and safest strategies to promote wealth building. Having a proper foundation and with adequate knowledge, investing in real estate can be highly lucrative for anyone. However, if you lack experience and want to put idle, or low performing money to work, it could be worthwhile talking to us about becoming a “private money lender”.

This process offers the same type of underlying security and profit potential as renovating or building, but without actively being involved.

Private money lending is when individuals lend their capital to other investors to utilize for investment purposes. The lender is then paid an interest return on their investment, with terms pre-determined.


Leaving your hard-earned money in a savings account is not the appropriate way to save or grow your assets. Private money lending helps secure a loan in real estate that is much more in worth than any other loan. We never leverage more than 70% of the after-repair value.

The private lender is secured by a promissory note and in our case a collateral assignment too. This provides an extra layer of protection for our lenders.

Private money lending is ideal for those that have idle money or a surplus of cash in a savings account, receiving little to no return. For those that have a sizeable IRA, 401K, or a private pension this is a great option to allow it to continuously grow. This type of investment is also perfect for those that want to participate in the real estate market, have the security of a real estate asset, but would like to be passive and just collect the income.


Steps of becoming a Private lender:


  • Contact us for an initial consultation

  • Conduct your due diligence

  • Finalize loan amounts and finish paperwork

  • Send money and begin collecting

This is not a solicitation or offer of securities. 

What Is Private Money Lending?

 Frequently Asked Questions

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