Investors seeking a fixed income investment no longer have to bear equity risk to earn consistent monthly returns. Our mortgage fund invests in short-term real estate debt in core, supply-constrained markets, eliminating the volatility of the general market. Discover why TaliMar Income Fund I is becoming the preferred choice for investors looking to capitalize on today’s rising interest rates and earn passive monthly income.
TaliMar Income Fund is a private mortgage investment fund comprised of performing, short term real estate loans. The fund offers accredited investors with a fixed income investment that seeks to reduce risk while offering a high yield return.
*As of 12-01-2023.
TaliMar Income Fund I leverages the experience we have gained over the last 14 years to provide investors a platform to invest in a diversified pool of performing mortgages. The mortgage fund offers investors monthly income secured on residential and commercial assets in core, supply markets in the Western United States.
Our lending philosophy considers the underlying asset securing the loan, the borrowers ability to successfully perform on the obligation, and ensure a clear exit strategy. Our programmatic approach to loan servicing looks to identify issues early and minimize risk to investor capital.
Contact our team today at (858) 242-4900 to learn more about TaliMar Income Fund I.
I have been investing with Brock VandenBerg and TaliMar Financial for over 5 years. Prior to TaliMar, I had been investing with another company but wasn’t happy with the number and quality of the investment opportunities.
I have always been impressed with how quickly they respond to my questions and how transparent they are about their offerings.
I invest with 5 similar companies and TaliMar Financial has by far the easiest platform to invest on. I also like the types of loans they fund and the markets in which they invest.
Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, mortgage REITs have been classified as a “pass-through” entity and therefore distributions are granted a 20% deduction against earned income.