Before CEO Aaron Cunningham ever had the idea of private money lending, he worked in real estate. In 2002, Aaron joined the industry as a real estate assistant and began selling homes in the Seattle area. Within a year, the business of selling homes turned into a business solely devoted to flipping homes with a new business partner.
Opinions seem to be varied about a coming bubble. One side of the fence thinks that prices will continue to increase, while the other thinks a bubble could burst sooner than later. The rapid rate at which prices are increasing is reminiscent of what happened before the “great recession.”
Inland Capital and Landon wanted to set themselves apart from other investment minded companies and provide a more transparent model. Uniquely, Inland Capital provides one of the few funds in the Pacific Northwest that actually invests the money you give them into the product that you’re investing in.
Inland Capital plans to launch Inland Capital Fund Series A in 2017. The company is seeking accredited investors to participate in the fund. Accredited investors have verified means to invest and have some knowledge of investment risks in regard to unregistered securities.
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