Private Money Lending: The most passive form of real estate investing

March 09, 2020 | By: Betterturnkey | 0
Our lender average an annual return on their capital of more than 12%!

Private money lending is a different kind of real estate investment with plenty of attractive benefits. If you’re seeking to diversify your investment portfolio with real estate but you aren’t necessarily interested in actually owning property, private money lending investing might be the opportunity for you.

Example of a Private Money Lending Deal:

What Is Private Money Lending

Private money lending is a form of funding that supports the financial needs of real estate investors. These investors find commercial, residential or land properties with the potential for profit. The project may include rehab, construction, or large developments in which the investor might be acting as an individual or a company, and seeks funding to complete the project through private money investors. The lowest amount of capital required is $40,000 to start. These private money investors realize monthly gains on their equity investment until the property is sold or the original borrower buys out the investors. Essentially, as a private money lender, you act as the bank, lending money to real estate developers while they complete a project and you earn an Annual Rate of Return.

Of course, there are many nuances involved in private money lending. If you are interested in this unique form of real estate investing, you should contact Tom at tom@betterturnkey.com for more information about specific opportunities.

Here are four benefits of private money lending that make it one of the most popular forms of investment.

4 Benefits of Private Money Lending

It’s the Most Passive Form of Real Estate Investment Available

Real estate investment with private money lending represents the most passive real estate investment available. There’s no more natural way to become a real estate investor. You don’t have to find property; you don’t have to do any labor on the property, look for tenants, collect rent, perform maintenance, pull permits or put it up for sale. After you’ve completed your due diligence and quoted your loan terms, all you do is supply all or part of the funding and collect your monthly payouts. Private Money Lending Provides One of the

Highest Cash Flows

Compared to most other real estate investments, if not all, private money lending provides one of the highest cash flow figures. Based on one of our past projects, your private money lending investment could earn upwards of 12% annually.

If that isn’t enough to pique your interest, consider you also have the option to roll your money into other projects with similar interest rates. In our experience, 99% of the time, investors roll their money into another project once they see how much they can earn with this utterly passive investment vehicle.

Safest Way to Invest

As a private money lender, you’re in the safest seat at the table. You’re the bank.  As the bank, you have the lowest risk of anyone. Once you provide the capital and the deal is funded and the property belongs to the investors, you begin to collect monthly interest payments setup as ACH so there is no hassle and the deposits go right into your bank account. At that stage, you begin earning monthly payouts at a pre-determined interest rate. You don’t have to sit and worry if the stock market is going to fall as you’ll know precisely, almost to the penny, how much you’re getting each month. After the project sells, you receive the balance of your initial investment.

Real Estate Private Money Lending is Secured With Real Property

When you opt to invest in private money lending for real estate, you have the peace of mind of knowing that your investment is secured with real property. There’s an actual asset that backs up your money. As such, there’s very little chance that a real estate developer could default on the investment making your investment very secure, with extremely low-risk.

There are substantial gains to be made by being a private money lender for real estate investments, and we’d love to talk with you about the possibilities. Send us a note today and we will walk you thru the investment opportunities. Best!

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