We found not just 1 but 15 needles in the haystack for investors.
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Hard money loan funds have numerous advantages over most of the platforms, including more conservative LTV's, higher volume, instant diversification, better transparency, easier management and early liquidation. However, finding a good fund has been very difficult for many investors.
Well, this article puts an end to that. We list the top 15 funds as chosen by investors on the site. We then gathered 20+ data points on each so you can contrast and compare them. And we also list honors for the top standouts in several areas, and provide a guide on picking and doing due diligence.
SUMMARY of Hard Money Loan Funds:
Arixa Capital: Secured Income Fund
Arixa Capital: Fund 3
Broadmark Capital: Fund 1 (PBRELF I)
Broadmark Capital: Fund 2 (BRELF II)
CCG Capital Pride of Austin High Yield Fund I
Ditmas Park Capital
Hershiser Income Fund IV
Pender Capital Asset Based Lending Fund 1
Stallion Capital Management Fund
Stone Circle Mortgage Fund
Trueline Capital fund-I
WFP Income Fund
Best Deals for Investor Group Members
Best Uncured Default Rate*
Most Principal Skin in the Game
Most Lenient Withdrawal Policy
Best Unique Feature
Most Conservative LTV Target for rehab/Acquisition Loans
Most Conservative LTV Target for construction loans
Lowest Average Portfolio LTV
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For those interested, here are the other sections of this guide:
Part 1 - What is hard money loan investing?
Part 2 - How to protect from loss
Part 3 - The Due Diligence Check List
Part 4 - Top 15 hard money loan funds
Part 5 - Postmortem: How to Avoid Flushing Tons of your Money Down the Drain