Earn 8% to 12% Interest By Investing in First Mortgages. 

  • We are not just some brand new fund that was founded after the Great Recession.  Blackburne & Sons Realty Capital Corporation has been in business for over 37 years (founded in 1980), making us one of the oldest hard money mortgage companies in the country.

  • This is NOT a fund investment.  We strongly recommend against funds.  Hardly a single hard money mortgage fund survived the Great Recession.

  • Instead, you get to choose the individual first mortgage loan into which your money is invested.  The rest of the financial world could be melting down some day, but if you chose your first mortgage wisely, you're golden.

  • If you invest $50,000 in a $300,000 loan, you would own 16.7% of that loan. If you are wealthy enough, you can buy the entire deal.

  • We send you four or five deals every month from which to choose.  Here's a sample of a deal that recently paid off. 

  • You can invest as little as $5,000 in your very first loan (to try us out) and as little as $10,000 thereafter.

  • Blackburne & Sons is owned by an attorney licensed in both California and Indiana.  The father and both sons are Eagle Scouts.

  • First trust deed investing is a $10+ billion industry, and California investors have been investing in fractionalized first trust deeds (lots of investors taking small pieces) for over 60 years.  If you're a high-net-worth investor and you live in California, you probably know all about first trust deeds.

  • The new J.O.B.S. Act, signed during the Great Recession, now allows syndicators like us to publicly advertise to, and syndicate, accredited investors nationwide.  You no longer need to be a California resident.  This is huge.  Is your self-directed IRA earning 9% interest?

  • You must, however, be an accredited investor, which means that your net worth must exceed $1 million, exclusive of your personal residence, your vehicles, and your household goods.

  • Be careful.  Investing in first mortgages involves significant risk.  A substantial and prolonged decline in commercial real estate values is possible.  Foreclosed commercial real estate almost always requires considerable renovation, so be sure to maintain some liquidity.  Be sure to read the “Risk Factors” section of the Private Placement Memorandum carefully before investing.

  • This is not an offer to sell securities.  Such an offer is only made when accompanied by a Private Placement Memorandum.