The Private Money Store Inc

     Opening the Door to Funding Opportunities 

Private Lending can provide substantial returns while being well secured.  Investors have two options available to them for investing in trust deeds: purchasing an existing one or funding a new loan directly.  By investing in trust deeds, you become the bank and have greater control over your own portfolio.  All trust deeds are secured by 1st lien positions on real estate and have anywhere from 30% to 50% equity positions.

If you're an Accredited Investor, The Private Money Store Inc. can provide you with an avenue and the know how to become a successful Private Lender and start earning above market returns today!           

Learn how to:

  • Earn anywhere from 7% to 14% ROI.
  • Get Interest paid monthly.
  • Be 100% real estate secured. 
  • Tailored to your preferences. 
  • Enhanced control with lower risk.
  • Diversify your portfolio.
  • For more information on how to become a Private Lender today, contact us at 509-316-9473 or  send your email inquiry to:
    Disclaimer:  The Private Money Store Inc., does not render financial or investment advice. If you are seeking financial or investment advice, please consult a competent financial or investment advisor. We are consulting for a fee.  We are not a licensed United States Securities Broker or Dealer or U.S. Investment Adviser, or a member of NASD and both parties declare that this message is not intended for the buying, selling, or trading of securities, or the offering of counsel or advice with respect to any such activities.  This is for your information only and is not to be construed as a solicitation for funds for or the sale of any securities. These transactions are based on private placements and do not come under the governance of the SEC. These programs are not securities under the United States Securities Act of 1933, or The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Regulations thereto, or The Investment Company Act of 1940 and the Rules & Regulations thereof. We are not registered with the SEC or NASD as financial advisers or dealers in securities per The Investment Advisers Act of 1940.