We continue to capitalize on the depth of the market and selectively fund only the premium loans that come through our doors.
Calabasas, CA (PRWEB) February 15, 2013
Rama Capital Partners, LLC (“RCP”) is pleased to announce that The Rama Fund, LLC (the “Fund”) has completed its 2012 audit and finished the year up 10.00%, net of fees. The Fund has generated positive net returns in every month since its inception in September 2008. Through December 31, 2012, the Fund’s average annualized net return is 10.17%, its cumulative net return is 50.91% and its performance results have been audited every year.
“We continue to capitalize on the depth of the market and selectively fund only the premium loans that come through our doors,” says Alim Kassam, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of RCP. During 2012, the Fund grew its equity capital by 82% while keeping its portfolio metrics in line with historical standards. As of December 31, 2012, the Fund’s weighted average loan-to-value ratio was 47.5% and every loan was secured by a 1st lien position on the underlying real estate.
Despite significant regulatory reform and increased competition, RCP believes it is well positioned to further aggregate market share in 2013. “Brokers and borrowers like to do business with us because we have a proven track record of standing by our word,” says Brian O’Shaughnessy, co-founder and President of RCP. O’Shaughnessy adds “There are only a handful of direct lending platforms available and none of them are as structured or transparent as we are.” Since 2008, The Rama Fund has been a stable source of capital for a marketplace in need of liquidity and has invested in excess of 460 loans.
Rama Capital (http://www.ramacapital.com) offers the benefits of trust deed/mortgage investing without the barriers to entry traditionally inherent in this asset class, including real estate experience and personal time commitment. Our asset class combines low volatility, preservation of capital, and investment transparency, while offering attractive returns traditionally associated with higher risk investments. We offer investors the ability to invest in trust deeds through our mortgage fund or through direct investments via our Separately Managed Account (“SMA”) program.