Invest in Commercial Real Estate
Rubicon Mortgage Fund, LLC provides a convenient way for individuals to invest in a collection of real estate loans. Investors have the advantage of obtaining instant diversification and the security of loans collateralized by real property. Rubicon specializes in short-term secured loans, focused on creating consistent returns to its investors. The Rubicon Mortgage Fund, LLC management team prides itself on absolute transparency regarding all operations and investments. From its inception, the Fund has been professionally audited on an annual basis (see past audits on this page).
What to expect from Rubicon Mortgage Fund, LLC :
All Loans are secured by First Position Deed of Trust (with few exceptions for subordinating debt). As an investor in the Fund, you can expect:
- A proportionate interest in all loans in the Fund’s portfolio.
- Participation on fees and interest created by all loans.
- A choice of how you receive monthly Interest Payment Distributions:
- Monthly Checks
- Reinvestment in the Fund
Watch the video below to share a few minutes with CEO Vance Hillstrom
as he reviews the funds performance and explains
the key reasons for investing with Rubicon Mortgage Fund, LLC.
Rubicon Mortgage Fund, LLC.
- Investor Video
ACCREDITED INVESTORS ONLY
OTHER FEATURES OF THE FUND
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Via mortgage brokers, direct borrowers, banks, attorneys, developers.
Commonly, no one loan will represent more than 15% of The Fund, and currently The Fund has a diversified pool of real estate loans (over 100).
Yes. All investors must be classified as “accredited investors” before being accepted into The Fund.
Investor Walkthrough Video:
How to fill out Investor Questionnaire and Subscription Agreement.
RUBICON MORTGAGE FUND, LLC
INVESTOR GROWTH CHART *
March 1, 2008 – PRESENT
* This is an actual Rubicon Mortgage Fund, LLC account. This investment has been compounded without monthly withdrawals. This table represents past returns and does not guaranty future returns.
“How many millionaires do you know who have become wealthy by investing in savings accounts? I rest my case.”
– Robert G. Allen