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TRUST DEEDS VS. REITS: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

Trust Deed and REIT investments are seemingly similar at first glance. They both utilize crowdfunding type platforms that open the door to commercial real estate investments at a lower “buy-in” than your typical real estate venture (i.e. rentals, fix-n-flips, etc.); and offer a steady stream of passive income. There are some key differences that you should be aware of when deciding which investment vehicle is best for your portfolio and for your tolerance for risk.

Best of Las Vegas Silver Winner 2019

In June, the Las Vegas Review Journal held open nominations in 321 categories to find what the public felt were the best companies in Las Vegas. Ignite Funding was nominated for the "Best Commercial Real Estate Broker" category. The winners were announced October 13th, 2019 and Ignite Funding won the silver medal in our category!

Pitfalls of Investing: Part 3 - Article from Private Lender Magazine

"Trust Deed Investing is generally considered a safe investments, but there are risks - just as there are for any investment. In this three-part series, we are tackling some of those risks. In the first post we addressed conflict of interest. In the second part we'll looked at loan-to-own underwriting. We'll conclude the series with the third pitfall: lack of diversification."

Pitfalls of Investing: Part 2 - Article from Private Lender Magazine

"Trust Deed Investing is generally considered a safe investments, but there are risks - just as there are for any investment. In this three-part series, we are tackling some of those risks. In the first post we addressed conflict of interest. In this, the second part we'll look at loan-to-own underwriting. We'll conclude the series with the third pitfall: lack of diversification."

Pitfalls of Investing: Part 1 - Article from Private Lender Magazine

"Trust Deed Investing is generally considered a safe investment, but there are risks - just as there are for any investment. In this three-part series, we are tackling some of those risks. In this issue we address conflict of interest. In the second part we'll look at loan-to-own underwriting. We'll conclude the series with the third pitfall: lack of diversification."

$50 Million in Interest Income Distributed to Trust Deed Investors

LAS VEGAS, Feb. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Ignite Funding today announced that on February 15, 2019 they have distributed more than $50 million dollars in interest income from their Trust Deed investments to their investors over the past 8 years.

Trust Deeds: A Real Estate Investment for All Investors

Adding commercial real estate to an investment portfolio used to be reserved for the very wealthy. Thanks to new technology, anyone with a couple hundred dollars and an appetite for risk can find an entry point for investments these days. Given the greater accessibility and with the commercial real estate market making a comeback in key cities, it may be time for you to consider this type of investment.

An Alternative Option for Portfolio Manager: Ignite Funding Heads to Silicon Valley to Educate Advisors about Trust Deeds.

ALTS

Ignite Funding will be attending the ALTS SV 2018 annual investor forum on September 17th in Silicon Valley. The event is produced by the California Alternative Investments Association and CFA Society of San Francisco. Dawn Pitts, Business Development Executive at Ignite Funding is excited to head back to Silicon Valley, “This is our second year attending ALTS SV and we look forward to educating attendees about Trust Deeds and how they can be utilized as a source for passive income.”

Half a Billion Funded

IGNITE FUNDING PROVES TRUST DEED INVESTMENTS BUILD COMMUNITIES AND WEALTH FOR INVESTORS WITH HALF-A-BILLION FUNDED

Half A Billion FINAL

Ignite Funding announced that on May 18, 2018 they surpassed half a billion dollars in Trust Deed investments on behalf of its thousands of investors. As a licensed commercial broker, Ignite Funding is the conduit in connecting bankable borrowers with sophisticated investors seeking collateralized real estate investment opportunities. These 970 real estate investments provided 41 borrowers in 11 states with the ability to acquire and develop over 10,000 acres of land, 7,000 residential lots and 600,000 square feet of commercial space.

Woman To Watch: Carrie Cook

Place in the Industry

When Carrie Cook says success in real estate is earned – she knows what she’s talking about.

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