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Welcome to Investor Insights! In this ongoing series, we provide a behind-the-scenes look into how the business works, from underwriting and risk mitigation, to monthly loan performance, and beyond. You will hear from leaders within the organization who are driving day-to-day operations. We also answer your Frequently Asked Questions about investing with Fund That Flip, so that you can make better investment decisions with your hard-earned capital.

On this episode, we walk through Fund That Flip's newest investment product - the Residential Bridge Note Fund (RBNF, or the "Fund"). The Residential Bridge Note Fund is a passive way to invest in a diversified pool of short-term, real estate-backed loans. Fund That Flip offers accredited and institutional investors the opportunity to invest a minimum of $5,000 via the series note fund in a portfolio of whole mortgages and Borrower Dependent Notes, and earn up to an 11% annualized yield. Learn more about why we developed this product for our investors, how the series note offerings work, and how the Fund generates income and liquidity. We discuss the benefits of investing in series note offerings and answer some commonly asked questions. Tune in below:

 

Check back for more installments of Investor Insights. As always, email us at InvestorRelations@fundthatflip.com with any questions, comments, or feedback. Thank you for your continued support and participation on the platform! Click below to view our current RBNF offerings as well as multiple individual deals open for investment:
 

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