The residential distressed debt business is a complex, high-touch industry with many moving parts. Automation Finance has developed workflows to maximize the predictability of outcomes. The company buys non-performing residential mortgages and works with the borrower to help them keep their home. Earn up to 8% return annually, with monthly dividends and no investment fees. Experience the power of compound interest with asset-based automated investments. Automation Finance takes profit only after the investors receive their 8% annual return and all their invested capital.
How you make money
You are lending money to borrowers and therefore earn monthly interest on your invested (or loaned) principal.
How Automation Finance makes money
Automation Finance buys large pools of non-performing loans at around 60 cents on the dollar. Once they modify the loan and it becomes reperforming (after one mortgage payment) it becomes a reperforming loan that we can sell for around 80 cents on the dollar or collect on the monthly payments. The first 8% of the profit belongs to the investor and we keep what is left in the margin.
Is it safe?
 There is no guaranty that the Fund will earn or have proceeds sufficient to make the target monthly distribution to Investors, nor is there a guaranty that Investors will receive their initial capital investments. The Fund will try to return all Investor capital no later than the fifth anniversary of the date that Investors contributed the capital. However, Investors might receive their capital sooner than five years, later than five years, or not at all.  There is no guaranty that the Fund will earn or have proceeds sufficient to make the target monthly distributions to Investors.  If the Fund earns or has sufficient proceeds to make distributions to Investors, Investors receive distributions first. However, there is no guaranty that the Fund will earn or have proceeds sufficient to make monthly distributions to Investors. Please remember that past performance may not be indicative of future results. Different types of investments involve varying degrees of risk, and there can be no assurance that the future performance of the Fund made reference to directly or indirectly on this site or in the Offering Circular will be profitable, equal any corresponding indicated historical performance level(s), or be suitable for you as an investor.