Investor Return

Return on Investment

Whenever you make an investment,
you are either an "owner" or a "loaner".

It’s nice to be an owner of something that’s growing, because if you own, say, a 50% share in a business, you get to own 50% of an asset that’s getting bigger. The bad news is if the asset shrinks to little or nothing, you now own 50% of little or nothing.

That’s why many investors prefer to be "loaners".
They like the feeling that their investment will be paid back at the end, plus they’ll receive interest on the investment. The U.S. banking system--the envy of the world--is built on making just such loans on real estate.

Although there are many ways to invest as an owner in real estate, SwingSign is focused on describing how you can make profitable loans, secured by specific pieces of property.

Contact us today to discover how you can reap the rewards of your investment being secured by real estate.



How to Become a 'Private Lender' Through Our
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