M & M Private Lending Group

Private Investors Earn High Annual Yields By Investing In MME Capital’s Private Mortgage Funds, Secured By Desirable Florida Real Estate. M&M Private Lending Group Arranges Private Hard Money Loans With Private Investment Capital

MORTGAGE NOTE INVESTMENTS


M&M Private Lending Group arranges residential and commercial mortgages and funds these loans with our mortgage fund or private investor capital. We receive new loan requests weekly, which in turn create a steady stream of attractive mortgage note opportunities. If you are an accredited investor and seeking attractive returns, please contact Eric Finkelberg at 305-363-7169 or email him at, to learn more about available investment opportunities. For those new to mortgage note investing, mortgage note investments are a great alternative to purchasing investment real estate.

If you are a private investor looking to invest in real estate, but don’t possess the know-how or time required to acquire investment properties, mortgage note investments are an excellent alternative. Mortgage note investments can offer attractive annual returns through a more passive investment vehicle. Every mortgage note is secured by desirable Florida properties, and offer potentially high annual yields that can sometimes outperform the ROI achieved from investment property ownership. Our management team has over 30 years of combined experience in the real estate industry, arranging private money loans and working with private investors. We have worked with multitude of investors and have enjoyed building long-standing relationships.

Earn 7.5% – 10% Annual Yields From
Our First Position Mortgage Notes


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NMLS 860339

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Corporate Address:
M&M Private Lending Group, LLC
12550 Biscayne Blvd Suite 400,
Miami, FL 33181


Florida:
TEL: 305-899-2201
FAX: 305-572-0705


Colorado:
TEL: +1 (719) 284-9166
FAX: +1 (719) 284-9171


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info@mmprivatelending.com

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Understanding Mortgage note Investments

If you are a private investor looking to invest in real estate, but don’t possess the know-how or time required to acquire investment properties, mortgage note investments are an excellent alternative.



Mortgage note investments are an exceptional way to build wealth and protect your capital by investing in a real estate secured investment. However, like most investments, there are risks associated with mortgage note investments. By investing in one of our no junk fee mortgage funds, with the strategy of having multiple notes pooled together, investors can eliminate the downside of non-performance of a specific loan. This reduces risk and increases the likelihood of achieving his or her investment objectives.

A mortgage note investment is created when an investor purchases a share of a mortgage note fund, which in turn owns a promissory note, and mortgage on real property. At which time, the fund becomes “the bank” and holds a legally negotiable instrument that is secured by real property.

The mortgage lending process is characterized by the arranging of a loan to a borrower who executed a promissory note and mortgage secured (recorded against) the real property. The promissory note is the borrower’s promise to repay the loan, and the mortgage is a security instrument (lien) recorded against the borrower’s real estate. Mortgage notes are saleable instruments that are regularly sold in the secondary mortgage market.

M&M Private Lending Group is an active participant in a smaller sub-market referred to as “private mortgage lending.” This market consists of private investors who purchase mortgage notes seeking higher returns and earn the interest due under the terms of the note. The private mortgage lending market evolved from the demand from borrowers who could not obtain loans through conventional sources, because of poor credit, unverifiable income, or time prohibitive situations, yet had sufficient equity in their properties.

The benefit to the lender and private investor is that these have higher interest rates, typically 10% to 13%. Private mortgage loan opportunities are great for investors where double-digit returns can be realized from these very attractive and secured investments. The risk associated with these loans is very acceptable since the amount of protective equity in the property provides protection to the investor against payment defaults, market fluctuations, and property devaluation. Protective equity is what provides security to the mortgage. M&M Private Lending Group typically requires that every property it lends against has a minimum of 40% to 50% protective equity.

To illustrate, if a property has a Fair Market Value of $1,000,000, the fund restricts the loan to a maximum of $600,000; conversely, we would not permit a loan any higher than 65% of the Fair Market Value; also referred to as the Loan-To-Value Ratio. Typically, the lower the LTV, the better and more attractive the mortgage note investment is, thus warranting consideration for the fund. Since the amount of protective equity directly relates to the security of the mortgage note, it is fair to say that the primary risk to the investor relies on the amount of protective equity remaining in the property.

By Michael InternosciaManaging Partner M&M Private Lending Group, LLC

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Company Principals

Over 31 combined years of real estate and private hard money lending experience


Eric Finkelberg – Principal
Office: 305.899.2201
Cell: 305.525.4650
Email: efinkelberg@mmprivatelending.com

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Michael Internoscia – Principal
Office: 305.899.2201
Cell: 954.445.4434
Email: minternoscia@mmprivatelending.com

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Prospective investors
Please contact Eric Finkelberg 305-899-2201 or email him at efinkelberg@mmprivatelending.com, to discuss investing in mortgage notes or our newest mortgage-lending fund.