Invest. Earn. Repeat.
Invest on your terms.
All investor loans are secured by a registered first mortgage over real property.
- First mortgage security.
- Fixed rate returns and frequent interest payments.
- Select and build your own loan portfolio.
- An alternate to stocks, property and other asset classes.
How it works.
7% to 9%*
Short Investment periods
6 to 24
Investor loans are secured by a registered first mortgage over real estate. In the event of default, the asset can be sold to recoup the loan. We lend to a conservative LVR (loan to value ratio).
A great way to diversify your investment portfolio by investing in real estate loans. This asset class has traditionally only been available to banks and other select investors.
We are a team of experienced credit, mortgage and funds management professionals. Our engaged approach and attention to detail differentiates us from other lenders.
We are first and foremost a lending company with a key focus on underwriting quality property loans. Our due diligence, credit decisioning and underwriting process comes from years of real world lending experience.
Previously funded loans.
Business loan, Bundoora VIC 3083
Residential loan, Freshwater NSW 2096
Bridge loan, Bellfield VIC 3081
The above are previous property loans our investors have funded.
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What is the LVR on loans?
The loan to value ratio or LVR is the maximum lend secured over the property. The LVR is specific to the individual mortgage selected by the investor however the typical LVR is less than 70% of the value of the security property.
Do I pick my own investments?
Yes you pick and build your own portfolio. We have an auto-select feature also available.
How do borrowers qualify?
Our due diligence, credit decisioning and underwriting process comes from years of real world lending experience. Borrowers must have sound real estate security, the ability to meet their repayments and a strong repayment strategy to exit the loan at the end of the term.
What happens if the borrower defaults?
The borrower grants a mortgage over their real estate. In the event of default, the lending entity will seek to recover and sell the security property if necessary.