1. What is a Trust Deed?
2. How does it work?
3. What should an Investor expect as a return?
4. What are the benefits of Trust Deed Investing?
5. How do yields compare to other investments?
6. Should I invest all my money into one trust deed or invest in a few different Trust Deeds?
7. Why would a borrower pay higher rates and fees for a loan when bank loans are less costly?
8. What is the difference between a First and Second Trust Deed?
9. What should I look for when evaluating property for a Trust Deed Investment?
10. What Borrower considerations should you be concerned about when making your decision?
11. What should an Investor expect in their investment package from a mortgage broker to help them make an intelligent investment decision?
12. How is the loan servicing handled?
13. How do I get started in Trust Deed investing?
A borrower either owns or is buying real estate and needs a loan. The borrower executes a Promissory Note wherein the borrower promises to repay the lender/investor. A Trust Deed is recorded and creates the secured interest attached to the borrower's real property. If the borrower does not pay as promised, the lender/Investor can foreclose on the real property for recovery of their invested capital.
A Trust Deed investment typically earns a 10% to 13% annualized yield and receives monthly interest payments.
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