Check out this sample deal from Milwaukee... One of our investors walked away with over 20% APY on this property!
Loan Amount: $59,800
Interest Rate: 15%
Days Out: 273
Investor Profit: $9,203
Investor APY: 20.58%
Our average APY for our investors over the past 5 years is over 18%. I'd love to help you earn these kinds of returns from one of the most stable investments in the world. We find fix & flippers who need funding, vet the deals thoroughly, and even service the loan. All you have to do is select a deal and wire the money.
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