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  • “ Our mission is to provide our investors with a high return on their investment with long-term sustainable growth through profitable and ethical investment in real property while simultaneously delivering direct financial support to essential community services and the support of local real estate entrepreneurs. ”
  • “ Our vision is to become a recognized force in the real property investment industry of the United States of America and provide our colleagues with an opportunity to learn, grow and become wealthy with the positive development of this Company and its’ Investors. ”
Due Diligence Protocol

Due Diligence Protocol

There is an acceptable risk to the acquisition of any property that can be greatly mitigated by a competent and thorough Due Diligence Protocol. For the Company, this is an internal process taking into account the following factors: Location of the property. Type and status of ownership, REO, ...

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Private (Hard Money) Loans

Private (Hard Money) Loans

Private or Hard Money Loans (HMLs) currently generate the highest yields in real estate investment and are mostly used to bridge the gap for lack of availability of immediate financing on the part of Property Investors. These loans generate a much higher rate of interest than mortgages or bank loans...

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Joint Ventures

Joint Ventures

At the Affinity Group, we just love our joint venture deals and every JV opportunity we come across we take very seriously. What better way to grow our company, develop our network and do deals we might not otherwise be able to do? We have an open door policy on this subject and are always on the...

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Tax Liens & Deeds

Tax Liens & Deeds

Tax lien investment is offered by numerous US states where the property owners cannot or do not pay their taxes due within the payable date and after a legal notice of expiration to these owners, the state government establishes a lien on the property and in order to maintain operational revenue, th...

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The Ultimate Borrowers Guide to Hard Money Lending

 

Hard Money Loans & Lending is also called private money lending; bridge lending, bridging finance, short-term lending, and transitional lending; asset-based lending; rescue lending and throughout this document we will use the term Lending, Lender or HML.

The upfront money paid by the Borrower (usually at the closing/ funding) is commonly referred to as origination fees & closing costs, points, front money, junk fees and in this document we will use the terms points or origination fees. The subtle difference being that points go directly to the Lender and/or Broker as a commission for putting together the loan and the fees go to closing costs, title search and all other professionally levied fees. Interest is interest in any language, usually payable monthly as per the loan terms...

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