How to Become a Private Money Lender Explained by SAM

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SAM now discloses vital information to investment seekers on how to get into private money lending and alternative investments where only the banks were privy to this strategy in the past.

Private Money Lending and Alternative Investments

Private Money Lending and Alternative Investments

Summerlin Asset Management can teach an investor how to become a private lender earning huge returns by quickly and safely earning up to a 25% annual return on their money.

Investors seeking alternatives to the stock and bond markets can now find refuge in the world of private money lending. Now the investor can become like a bank and if the investors are careful and diligent, they can earn solid returns while minimizing risk. According to Pete Pakes of SAM AKA: Summerlin Asset Management, “there has never been a better time to be a private money lender now that real estate has fallen 40-50% in value. The correction in real estate prices has reduced the risk significantly for a private investor to own a 1st position mortgage note “ Mr. Pakes said.

Another officer at SAM continued on to say,"Summerlin Asset Management can teach an investor how to become a private lender earning huge returns by quickly and safely earning up to a 25% annual return on their money. The credit, banking and real estate crises have created an absolute profit bonanza - that could make an investor an incredible amount of money."

It was also heard by another member of SAM that stated, "it's an incredible opportunity that even allows an investor to secure their retirement and use their self directed IRA, 401K, and pension funds over and over again."

Working With a Private Money Lender

Most loan professionals in the private money lending business are looking for long-term relationships with investors. Investors tend to choose a lender to work with with whom they have developed a rapport with and who has also passed various due diligence requests about multiple loans under consideration. SAM advises against working with private money lenders who are too pushy, or who are trying to sell an investor on a loan with which they are not comfortable with. For more information please call Summerlin Asset Management at (928) 854-7747, or by visiting their website at http://www.investinsam.com.

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