What is trust deed investing?

Trust-Deed Investing is one of the safest investment you can make.

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Get the highest return on your investment with the least amount of risk

Because of the recent downturn in housing prices and the volatility of the financial market, there has never been a better time to invest in trust deeds. Not only do you get a 10% to 12% annual return; it is also one of the safest investments you can make short of an FDIC insured savings account. Of course as with any investment there is no such thing as a risk free investment, but Investing safer scrutinizes each deal to insure that each deal adheres to their strict standards.

  1. Each property is a residential property purchased well below the actual value.
  2. We only work with 1st trust deeds.
  3. We only work with borrowers who have a proven track record of producing results.
  4. We only offer short term investments ranging between 6 months and two years.
  5. Each deal has a well defined and viable exit strategy.

These types of opportunities are relatively uncommon. however through our network of real estate specialist, we are able to offer these investments opportunities on a regular basis. Minimizing risk is our top concern. We look at each of these opportunities very closely to be sure they meet our strict standards before offering them to our investors.

Your investment is represented by a Promissory Note secured by a 1st deed. Both the property and the title are insured against loss or claim. Each property is appraised by a state-certified appraiser within the specific or regional market area of property. It is advised that in addition to our investigation on both the borrower and property in every potential transaction, that our investors perform their own due diligence on every opportunity we offer them.

If you have between $50,000 and $300,000 to invest in trust deeds, we would interested in discussing how you can get an annual return of 10% to 12% on your investment.

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