10% Return on your investment, secured by a hard asset.

The concept is to purchase properties at a distressed or foreclosed price low enough that with all transaction costs the total expenditure will be lower than the quick sale price. You hold a “First Deed of Trust” in your name with a contract from Secure Investors Group to pay you 10% per annum on the loan that you make.

Dodd Frank Rules only allow us to borrow money from the bankat a percent of the price paid for the property. In order to grow our company at an accelerated rate we look for private lenders to load us the foreclosed price plus up-fitting, while keeping the total cost at up to 1/2 of the quick sale value.

At the end of 12 months, under the Dodd Frank and banking rules we can then finance through commercial institutions up to 80 percent of the appraised value.

That is when we repay your loan in full along with the final interest payment. Your investment only requires a 12-month loan to receive a full 10% return.

Our smart approach

Our renowned programs includes a proven process:

  • Search and investigate suppressed and foreclosed properties. Years of relationships contribute to the success of finding the lowest prices on the best properties that are located in desirable neighborhoods.
  • Surrounding properties and broker price opinions are used to establish values.
  • Purchase property and repair as needed for rental or sale according to the market demand. Qualified contractors are used to determine the difference between cosmetic rehab and major repairs.
  • All loans are secured by a First Deed of Trust a Promissory Note and a Certificate of Insurance for the property. The additional protection for the loan is the gap between the total finance price and the probable quick sale price.
  • Sell or rent the property at a profit
  • Issue interest payments quarterly to clients providing a secure cash flow.
  • Secure Investors Group LLC does all the work and the client re-ceives an interest payment while being protected by a hard asset which is valued greater than the loan value.