HML Investments Adding New Trust Deed Investors in Several US Markets

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One of Southern California’s premier real estate lending firms, HML Investments, is seeking new trust deed investors in all markets across the country. The lending house continues to add investors in a variety of markets, generally using “bursts” of additions to facilitate real estate loans to qualified borrowers.

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One of Southern California’s premier real estate lending firms, HML Investments, is seeking new trust deed investors in all markets across the country. The lending house continues to add investors in a variety of markets, generally using “bursts” of additions to facilitate real estate loans to qualified borrowers.

Secured Lending Requirements

Borrowers seeking assistance from HML Investments must put the acquired property up as collateral for the loan, essentially securing it for the investors. The individual investors are then put on the property’s deed individually as the lien holders, ensuring that they have a direct claim to the property in the event of default.

“We have an obligation to both our investors and our borrowers,” explains Yanni Raz, one of HML Investments’ principles. “Not only do we want to ensure that the investment capital is never exposed to an unnecessary amount of risk, but we also want to be sure that the borrowing party has a solid opportunity to make successful use of the capital issued.”

Raz went on to outline how the firm generates returns for its investors: “Even under our strictest lending rules, we can comfortably generate 10% returns for our trust deed investors. In today’s economic climate, many of our capital partners appreciate the conservative nature of our approach, while still generating sound results.”

Mr. Raz went on to conclude: “These loans are quite common in real estate. We simply want to offer the unique opportunity to leverage trust deed assets to the public.”
To further protect investors, HML Investments guides any foreclosure proceedings for the investors involved.

For more information on becoming an HML Investments Trust Deed Investor, please contact

Name: Yanni Raz
Telephone: (818) 308-4443
Email: info(at)hmlinvestments(dot)com
Web: http://www.Lioncrestfunding.com

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