Labrador Lending

Passive Investors

Helping you Find Financial Success through note funds and note partials

Have more money than time? Backed by the experience of Labrador Lending, our note funds and partials offer ways to diversify your portfolio. To receive updates on our current and future offerings, please fill out the form below: 

Integrity Income Fund

A brand new mortgage note fund
Labrador Lending just launched a new performing mortgage note fund!  This fund is open to accredited investors and aims to pay an 8% annual preferred return (8.5% for early investors) through monthly distributions. The fund has a $25,000 minimum and a lockup period of only 1 year.  
 
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Previous Offering

Summary of Previous Note Fund

Accredited investor note fund: Backed by the experience of Labrador Lending and Seveney Mortgage Note Investments, this opportunity gives investors access to professional managers. Ideally suited for passive investors with moderate to high capital contributions.

Preferred rate of return: 7% to 11% preferred return per annum based on investment amount. Larger investments are provided higher preferred return.

Offering Amount: $25M

Minimum Investment: $25K

Primary Asset Type: 1st position mortgages

Investment Duration: 3 years

Distribution: Quarterly

Upside: Investors will receive up to 25% of any profits above the preferred return.

common questions

FAQ

We are here to help you 7 days a week and respond within 24 hours. Plus, you can find most answers to your questions right on this page.

Sure! Here is a short video that helps to explain what note investing is. And here is a blog post about it.

See the above video and feel free to reach out for more information. 

Absolutely! This is one of the best ways to invest in notes, whether it be through a Roth IRA or traditional IRA.

One of the nice things about this niche is the inherent flexibility to it. Investing in notes can be very passive or quite active.

Here are some pros:

  • your investment is backed up by collateral (real estate)

  • control (many exit strategies)

  • discounted pricing (non-performing notes can normally be purchased for pennies on the dollar)

Here are some cons:

  • could require a more hands-on approach

  • less liquid than stocks, bonds, or mutual funds

"Jamie is very professional and easy to work with. He answered all of my questions about the process of buying partial notes, and the experience has been quite passive for me. He communicates well and is consistent, which has made my note investing extremely smooth and hands-off. If I decide to purchase more partials, Labrador Lending will be at the top of my list."

- Eric R. Smith | VICE PRESIDENT & PARTNER VOIT REAL ESTATE SERVICES
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