Welcome to Aspen Funds; we’re glad you stopped by our website. Since you may not know a lot about us at this point, our firm manages several private funds for accredited investors looking to generate passive income with uncorrelated returns to the stock market using real estate notes. You can read about some of Aspen’s Advantages below.
But, before you jump in, we wanted to let you know of a limited offer for Wealth Standard podcast listeners. Our income fund pays out an 8.5% annualized preferred return, monthly. However, if you let us know you found us through this podcast, we will bump your preferred return to 10% for the first year (other conditions may apply). This offer expires on 2/28/19, so be sure to check out the webinar and then let us know if this is of interest to you.
Aspen Funds operates several private investment funds in real estate notes for accredited investors. There are several advantages over traditional investment options that are very attractive.
While everyone is searching for the best options to generate strong returns on their investments, very few investments actually make a positive impact. When we buy notes, we become the mortgage lender. And while making our investors money is our first priority, we seek to help our borrowers whenever we can and create true win-win scenarios.
Because we buy mortgage notes at steep discounts, it allows us flexibility when working with borrowers. In many cases, we have wiped out debt or modified loan terms for affordable payments. And because of these discounts, we’re able to help people without sacrificing investor returns.
You can feel good about your investment with Aspen.
The 45-minute Aspen Income Fund Deep Dive webinar covers many topics about the Aspen Income Fund in great detail, including:
How to generate consistent income passively
Real examples of real estate notes and how they work
How private investments compare to other asset classes
The keys to conservatively underwriting these assets
Why it's better to be the bank
About Aspen's historical track record