Investing With Us:
Trust Deed Investments are a great way for anyone with some extra cash to capitalize on high yield interest returns. Entrusting us with your money means that we will find the absolute best deal for you that is available today. Just like any investment, it is important that you can trust the people managing your money. We are a dedicated team of professionals who will keep you involved every step of the way. Our number one priority at Sandstone is to find you an investment that you feel comfortable with and is suitable for you. Once we decide on a personalized path that is right, we will service and manage your investment using our team of highly trained and experienced professionals. Your best interest is always in mind.
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Funded Trust Deeds:
These are examples of properties that private investors funded.
Investor Materials and Information:
– Typical Investment yields range from 8% to 10%.
– The ability of the borrower to pay back the loan depends on their financial situation, which
could change over time.
– The overall security of the investment depends on the trends of the real estate market. Under
more extreme cases, it may be necessary to foreclose on a property in order to protect your
investment. The total amount collected after foreclosure could be less than the total investment
made. Although this is unlikely, it is important to understand both the rewards and risks
associated with trust deed investments.
– Investments are assessed based off of LTV (Loan to Value) ratio. Rather than only considering
a borrower’s credit, we qualify borrowers based on the total value of their loan divided by the
property’s appraised value, which gives a percentage. The less this percentage is, the lower the
perceived risk is for a lender because there is more protective equity on the property, reducing
the likelihood for the borrower to default on their payments.
– Please refer to “FAQs for Investors” for more answers to questions you may have.