Trust Deed Investing with North Coast Financial
North Coast Financial (NCF) has a select group of trust deed investors (real estate note investors) who enjoy the benefits of trust deed investing through our company. NCF approves about one of every twenty loan requests that it receives. NCF is very selective and particular in the loan acquisition process because it believes that its trust deed investors are more concerned about the safety of their principal than the return on the investment. With that being said, our trust deed investors currently receive yields in the 8% – 10 % range, which is very attractive in the current market.
California Trust Deed Investments
North Coast Financial’s California trust deed investments are well secured based on the current value of the collateral rather than the projected value that might be created in the future. Risks are minimized with this conservative approach. The real estate note investor will be able to analyze each specific investment opportunity in regard to its real estate collateral and yield. While NCF will always be available to provide the investor guidance and counseling on the trust deed investments, the ultimate decision is in the hands of the trust deed investor rather than a manager of a fund who might have conflicting interests in the investment decisions.
North Coast Financial Trust Deeds
With NCF trust deeds, the trust deed investor always knows exactly what investments they have. The real estate note investor’s name will be on the note and deed of trust and there is always a title policy to protect the trust deed investment. Once the investment is made, the loan will be serviced though our Bureau of Real Estate regulated trust account and the investor will receive monthly payments. The investments will be handled by professionals who have over 35 years of experience brokering and servicing trust deed loans in California.
Whether you are new to trust deed investments or a seasoned investor, we welcome the opportunity to discuss our trust deed program with you. More information about trust deed investing is available on our Trust Deed Investing FAQ page. Please feel free to contact us at any time.
Information from the California Bureau of Real Estate: Trust Deed Investments: What you should know