Trust Deed Investing


Fractionalized Investments
for Accredited Investors Only

We Have Loans Available for Immediate Investment

To receive 8% to 12%* first mortgage
investment offerings please CLICK HERE

  • Scheduled Yields of 8% to 12%*
  • Secured by First Mortgages on Income Producing Properties
  • Invest With as Little as $5,000.
  • Title to the Loan is Vested in Your Name (as to your percentage of ownership)
  • You Will Receive Both Title Insurance and Fire Insurance Policies
  • Loans Originated and Serviced By a 37-Year-Old Company
  • Blackburne & Sons Handles Any Foreclosures and Property Management
  • Lower-Yielding, Less Risky Loans Frequently Offered for the Discerning Investor
  • Trusts Deeds Sold Exclusively By Email
  • No Commissioned Salesman Will Ever Call You
  • Camp on Our Investor Distribution List For a Decade
  • Owned By an Attorney Licensed in California and Indiana
  • Since 1980

BLACKBURNE & SONS REALTY CAPITAL CORPORATION IS CURRENTLY SERVICING OVER $55 MILLION IN FIRST MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS FOR OVER 1,000 PRIVATE INVESTORS

Not every investor is suitable to invest in fractionalized first mortgages.  You must be an accredited investor, with a net worth of at least $1 million, exclusive of home, furnishings and automobiles.

*Net of servicing fees, assuming the loan pays as agreed. This does not constitute an offer to purchase first mortgage investments. An offer is made only through an Offering Circular or Private Placement Memorandum.  Investing in first mortgage investments involves substantial risk.  Please be sure to carefully read the Risk Factors section of the Offering Circular or Private Placement Memorandum before investing.

Interested? Please call Angela Vannucci
at 1-800-606-3232 or CLICK HERE.

“Most painful trust deed losses happen during real estate recessions. If your hard money broker fails, the bankruptcy trustee, the various attorneys, the receiver, the auditors, and the accountants will tend to bleed your investment dry. The wise mortgage investor will therefore choose a broker set up to survive.” – George Blackburne, III, Esq.