Frequently Asked Questions

Our most frequently asked questions and answers.

How do you find your mortgage loans?

We have long standing and trusted relationships with real estate agents, brokers and banks who come to us when they have challenging or unique properties that need more common sense lending criteria.  

What are your underwriting standards?

Mortgages approved by Mortgage Investors Network utilize 30 years of experience and our proves 5 C’s of Underwriting. They include, the character of the borrower, the collateral utilized, the borrowers credit, capacity to pay debt and conditions of the request. To learn more about our 5 C’s of Underwriting visit our resource library.  Read More…

What safeguards are in place to protect my investment?

When you invest with us you get a high yield full packaged, conservative mortgage investment. A full package mortgage investment includes all borrower information, credit history and credentials, full lender title insurance policy (transferrable), professional appraisal, all income documents, compliance disclosures, closing documents, payment history, property insurance and more.

Why business to business loans?

At Mortgage Investors Network we use use a business to business model for our mortgage loans.  We use this model to help borrowers who have unique or challenging loan needs.  By using the business to business model of lending we lessen the compliance requirements on our loans.  

Where do you operate?

We have investors all over the United States but Mortgage Investors Network home office is located in Florida. All of our mortgage loans are for properties that are also located in Florida. Why Florida? Check out our resource guide for more information about why Florida is a great place for high yield, conservative mortgage investments.  Read More…

What is the typical yield to the investor?

Our investors see yields between 7.5% and 9.5% and principle properties are used as collateral. All properties are also appraised by a professional appraiser. Mortgage Investments are sold on a one to one basis, inn other words one entire mortgage to one investor.