Understanding Mortgage Investments
Grasping the ins and outs of mortgage investments can be challenging. As an investor, understanding where your money is going, and how the process will look, goes a long way for your peace of mind.
In mortgage financing, there are two kinds of lenders—institutional and private—and each offers distinct opportunities.
Institutional lenders are institutions that provide traditional mortgage financing opportunities. These include banks, credit unions, trust companies, and other chartered, deposit-taking institutions.
Private lenders, on the other hand, are individuals or companies that lend without requiring a deposit and provide mortgage financing at different rates than those that institutional lenders may be able to offer. They charge higher interest rates as a result.
Caplink Financial Corporation is a private lender. By pooling investor capital, we facilitate commercial and residential mortgage loans to both individuals and corporations who are unable to obtain financing from institutional lenders and all of our loans are secured through real estate.
As investors ourselves, we recognize the value in transparent, real-estate-secured investments. Caplink provides investment opportunities tailored to your personal and financial goals through our different Mortgage Investment Corporations
To explore the investment options available to you, contact Caplink’s Mortgage Investment Team.
Before considering an investment please request a copy of our Offering Memorandum that details risk. Mortgage investments are not guaranteed, returns may fluctuate and past performance may not be repeated.