Eating your own dog food, or “dogfooding,” is a term used in business in reference to a company’s willingness to use its own products in a meaningful way. As part of Fund That Flip's commitment to transparency, I'm sharing my loan portfolio each month so you can see firsthand the “dog food” that I’m eating. To learn more about dogfooding and this series, check out June's post.
In July, I invested in 14 deals, two of which were series notes. I also had 4 loans repay in the month for a net increase of 10 investments. My total allocation across all investments grew from $256,240 to $312,906 month-over-month.
Additionally, I received a good question this month about my portfolio that I thought I'd share. An investor asked how it was possible for me to have investments less than the $5,000 minimum? The answer is two-fold. First, occasionally an investment will partially repay. This is particularly prevalent when the investment is in a portfolio of multiple properties and one sells or is refinanced at a different time. The second reason is that sometimes an investment will have less than $5,000 remaining to fund. When this happens, the system lowers the minimum investment to allow any investor to invest in the remaining amount. Hope this information is helpful to you as well!
I want to stress that I am not an investment advisor, nor should you take this information as investment advice. What’s good for my portfolio and risk tolerance may not be right for you.
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