Trust Deed Investing Opportunities in California
North Coast Financial, Inc. has been offering hard money loans in California for over 30 years. North Coast Financial is both a direct lender and hard money broker which allows them to invest their own funds as well as offer attractive investment opportunities to other trust deed investors. Trust deed investing consists of purchasing loans (generally short-term) which are secured by real estate. The trust deed places a lien on the property that is being borrowed against. The trustor (property owner), trustee and beneficiary (investor/lender) are the three parties involved in the trust deed.
North Coast Financial works closely with their trust deed investors who are able to receive yields of 8% – 11% on their trust deed investments with conservative loan to value ratios (LTV). The company’s focus is funding conservative trust deeds with attractive loan to value ratios and financially strong borrowers.
Trust deed investors are always given the ability to review all of the details of each potential investment. The final decision is always in the hands of the investor, but the professionals at North Coast Financial are always available to offer guidance regarding the specifics of the investment and determine if the investment is appropriate for the individual investor based their investing goals. Trust deed investing provides unrivaled opportunities to receive high yields while having the investment secured by real estate.
The trust deed investor’s name is on each deed of trust and note and all trust deeds have a title policy. North Coast Financial has over 30 years of experience servicing trust deed loans and they service all of the loans they originate. Investors receive monthly payments from their investment while the loan is outstanding.
Experienced trust deed investors should setup an introductory call to discuss their preferred investment goals and criteria. For more information about trust deed investing please visit northcoastfinancialinc.com/trust-deed-investments/ or view our Trust Deed Investing Frequently Asked Questions page.