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Wait...How can Ampez afford 14%?
Good  question. One  that  is  asked  often. When  Ampez  first  started, they  were  self-funded. Being  successful  and  looking  to  expand,  Ampez  began  to  have  their  projects  funded  by  big  banks. Because  of the  nature  of  lending  practices  of  banks,  they  took  usually  around  30  days  to  close  a  deal. This  was  bad.  Ampez  was  not  being competetive  in  the  buying  market. Ampez  was  losing  out  on  profitable  deals,  because  of  the  slow  pace  of  banks.

So,  next  Ampez  started  having  some  of  their  projects  funded  by private  lenders,  also  known  as  hard  money  lenders. They  closed  very  fast  on  funding  projects  for  Ampez.  This  was  good.

Their  services,  however,  were  expensive. The  interest  only payments  were  usually  between  8-12%. They  charged  points  on  the loan  costing  thousands  of  dollars. Then  there  were  origination
thousands  of  dollars. Then  there  were  origination  and  underwriting  fees. If  projects  were  finished  to  early  some  lenders  would charge  a  fee. On  the  other  hand  if  some  were  not  closed  in  the  lenders  time  frame  they  would  charge  a  fee.  In  a  typical  project  Ampez  was  usually  paying  around  20%  or  more  after  it  was  all  said  and  done.

Paying  Private  Investors  a  high  yield  of  14%  has  literally  saved  hundreds  of  thousands  of  dollars. 
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