Diversify your portfolio
with real estate


Create a consistent stream
of residual cash flow


Generate high yield stable returns
on your investment capital


A Deed of Trust on real property
secures your investment


Enjoy the benefits of
passive income investing

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Investing in Private Capital Trust Deeds

Randall Graham - Monday, January 04, 2016

Managing Principals and Co-Founders of The Edwards Companies and Edwards Capital Partners, Kelly and Chris Edwards, share their real estate investing insight in the January-February 2016 issue of Personal Real Estate Investor Magazine. In the column, Investing in Private Capital Trust Deeds, the Edwards discuss the benefits of single and multifamily investments for private real estate investors. Founded in 2003, Personal Real Estate Investor Magazine is the nation's leading publication for privately owned single and multifamily real estate investments with a circulation base of 25,000+ readers.  The magazine is available on the shelves of Barnes & Noble bookstores and in the business and finance section of most airports nationwide.  Digital copies of the publication can be purchased online by visiting the Personal Real Estate Investor Magazine website.   Read More

Investment Strategy: Private Lending with Trust Deeds

Kelly Edwards - Friday, September 18, 2015

Investors seeking a truly passive investment strategy - combined with the security provided by Edwards Capital Partners | Trust Deed Real Estatereal estate assets - are likely to discover private lending using trust deeds to be an excellent investment alternative. This summary provides a brief overview of the Trust Deed investing strategy. A private lending trust deed real estate investment exists when an investor makes a loan to a borrower which is evidenced by a promissory note. The instrument used to secure the note is known as a deed of trust (i.e. trust deed) against a particular asset or real property. The deed of trust that is recorded publicly as evidence that a loan has be made against the property in the form of a lien. The deed of trust is the investor's security that requires the loan be repaid at maturity or in the event the property is sold.   Read More

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