Diversify Your Investments
– Invest With Us.
Two Ways To Invest
With current market volatility, today’s investor is wise to diversify their portfolio. Investments backed by Southern California real estate can provide solid returns with relatively low risk. We offer two ways to invest—short duration debt secured by first trust deeds and preferred returns on multi-family real estate partnerships. All investments are available first to our current accredited investor pool and then to our 2nd tier contacts.
First Trust Deed Investing
Urban Street has a constant appetite for loans necessary to fund their residential investment activities. You become the bank and lend to us.
- Secured by 1-4 unit properties
- 9 mo. to 3 year loan terms
- Southern California Real Estate
- Interest only
- Recorded Deed of Trust
- Promissory note
On larger apartment buildings, Urban Street partners with investors looking to realize both cash flow and appreciation over time. Urban Street sources the properties and handles the rehabilitation, management and final disposition.
We focus on locating distressed, mis-managed, or undervalued multi-family assets, adding value through active management and renovation, and then holding and managing these assets for a period of 1-5 years. We offer our investors a preferred return plus equity participation.
Trust Deed Investment Timeline
Offer is accepted on specific property
Escrow is Opened
Investor is asked if they want to fund 1st trust deed investment
3 days before COE (close of escrow), loan request is sent to investor
Investor funds loan within 48 hours
Deed of trust is recorded & sent to Investor
Property is rehabbed & marketed for sale
At COE, investor receives loan payoff from escrow co.
This is not a public offering. Any securities may only be offered or sold, directly or indirectly, in the state or states in which they have been registered or may be offered under an appropriate exemption. An investment in the Company is a security and may only be sold to verified Accredited Investors via a Private Placement Memorandum under the SEC’s Regulation D, Rule 506(c) exemption. If you wish to make an investment in the Company, please ask one of the principals for a copy of the Private Placement Memorandum. The Company is not a United States Securities Dealer or Registered Investment Adviser.