Private Lending

Private Lending Made Easy

April 23, 2020

Guest presenter, Alan Cowgill, will show you how you can get the money you need to buy single-family houses, commercial buildings, apartment complexes, or luxury homes, regardless of your credit or financial situation!

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The Power of Partnering

November 18, 2019

Did you know that partnering your IRA funds to invest is one way you can acquire assets with limited funds?

What Can I Do With My Small IRA?

October 2, 2019

As the CEO of NuView Trust, I have the unique opportunity of speaking in front of scores of CPAs, attorneys, financial planners, real estate brokers and agents, as well as just plain investors, about the power and prohibitions of self-directed IRAs. One of the most common questions I get is, “I only have a small IRA, so what are my choices for self-direction and how could I get started?”

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Is it Still a Good Time to Lend on Fix & Flip Properties?

March 29, 2019

For several months there has been a steady drumbeat of news showing the housing market is slowing down and prices are softening.  For investors buying rental properties for long term cash flow, this is not a concern and may be a welcome development so they can buy properties at better prices.  However, the fix & flip strategy is impacted by lower prices.  If you’re loaning money to flippers, a decline in housing prices can be a concern.

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Using Hard Money: It’s Actually Not That Scary!

November 2, 2018

Often times, when I talk to a novice investor or even a somewhat experienced investor, I hear, “I want to do a flip or buy a rental but I don’t have enough cash in my IRA and the bank won’t finance me…”.

The easy solution to this common problem is ‘Hard Money’. The following response I often get is either ‘what is that’ or ‘I heard they charge insane rates and are too expensive! The truth is, Hard Money is not as bad as many people think.

I’ve closed at least 50% of my deals using Hard Money and every one of my buyers who’ve used it is satisfied with the strategy.

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Can IRA’s Get Married? NO…But…

February 1, 2018

Written By: Augie Byllott


Partner Lending with an IRA

I Now Pronounce You Partners in Lending!  Ok, that really wasn’t what the pastor said on the day we got married but who knew 29 years ago that one day my wife’s IRA and my IRA would be able to partner with one another.

Our Roth IRAs have been lenders to a number of real estate investors and rehabbers looking to buy, renovate and sell properties.  There have been a number of occasions where we could fund the loan in one account or the other but there have been times when we were actually able to have our IRA’s partner be each owning an undivided interest in a first position note. Continue reading…

The Payoffs of Private Lending – NuView Client Success Story

January 9, 2018

“The first month I saw the payments going into my NuView account I knew I had made the right decision. Several borrowers paid off the loans ahead of time. I just needed to see the money coming in to believe it.”


Our featured client of the month, Jim, had been investing in the 401K his company provided for him in the telecom sector since the early 90s. According to Jim, “The return wasn’t great but the employer matching was enticing.”

In 2013, he left the corporate world to go full-time into real estate and had a small amount of funds he wanted to rollover into something but was not sure of the best option. When his accountant suggested a self-directed IRA with NuView he was intrigued with the idea. Jim had never heard of a self-directed retirement account before then and took some time to research and consider this is an option. Jim’s accountant had several clients that were also clients of NuView Trust and she highly recommended NuView as the best self-directed IRA custodian to work with. In early 2014, Jim finally pulled the trigger and opened up an account with NuView Trust rolling his funds over to reap the benefits of self-direction.


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