Since 1997, The Norris Group has originated California trust deed investments to private individuals, corporations, nonprofit, and retirement accounts (including IRAs). Our in-depth research on the California real estate market, combined with our extensive network of professional real estate investors, has created millions of dollars in profits for our trust deed investors.
The Norris Group offers high-yield trust deed investments to private individuals, corporations, pension plans, non profits, 401Ks, retirement funds, charitable remainder trusts (CRTs), family trusts, IRAs, Roth IRAs, Self-Directed IRAs, and SEP accounts. Alternative investments are a great way to introduce diversification and real estate into your retirement accounts.
When you invest in a trust deed, you become the bank. More specifically, with The Norris Group, you become a private money source for our extensive network of professional California real estate investors who purchase, repair, and resell California real estate every day.
Getting involved in The Norris Group's trust deed investments is simple. You may find our frequently asked questions and trust deed videos helpful. You can also sign up to receive our free trust deed e-book. This also puts you on a list to receive updates when we have real estate notes and first trust deeds for sale. These resources walk you through why The Norris Group is so unique.
Call the office at 951-780-5856 or fill out our online information request form. One of our team members can answer all your questions.
What is a trust deed investor? - A trust deed investor is a person or entity seeking a competitive rate of return on their investment. A trust deed investor makes a higher interest yield than would typically be obtained by a regular bank and is secured by the borrower’s equity in the real estate transaction.
Can I use IRA funds? - Yes. The Norris Group actively places funds from IRAs, Self Directed IRAs, and Roth IRAs. See current IRA custodians and administrators that specialize in alternative investments.