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For over 30 years, Ryan Mortgage has provided its shareholders with a consistent and reliable cash flow stream.

Fund profile

Ryan Mortgage Income FundRyan Mortgage was established in 1984 and since then has been offering its shareholders a simple and reliable stream of investment income, with an average rate of return of 9.17% over the past 5 years.

The company specializes in private mortgage financing using primarily residential real estate as collateral. It offers investors a diversified portfolio administered by Mortgage Professionals.

Ryan Mortgage is registered with the BC Securities Commission as an Exempt Market Dealer & Investment Fund Manager.  It is RRSP, RRIF, RESP, LIRA and TFSA eligible.

Through its focus on private mortgages in British Columbia and Alberta, over the past 10 years Ryan Mortgage has grown from $5.5 Million in total assets to exceeding $200 Million.

Fund Inception 1984
Minimum Investment $10,000
Annualized Return for 2015: 9.05%
Mortgage Type: Residential & Commercial
5 Year Historical Avg. Return: 9.17%
Line of Credit: $50 Million
Term of Mortgages: 1-3 Years
Total Number of Mortgages: 2,363
Weighted Average LTV: 54.79%
Historic High / Low Return: 14.5% / 7.0%
Average Mortgage Size: $85,000
Portfolio Size: $200 Million (June 2016)
Loss Provision: $4.34 Million

RRSP=Registered Retirement Savings Plan, RRIF=Registered Retirement Income Fund, RESP=Registered Educational Savings Plan, LIRA=Locked In Retirement Account, TFSA=Tax Free Savings Account and LTV=Loan To Value.

Investment Objectives

The primary objective of the fund is to earn preferred shareholders a steady stream of income by investing in a diversified portfolio of residential mortgages.

The fund’s investment objectives are to earn an annual return of prime + 3.75% while maintaining a average loan to value of less than 70% for its mortgage portfolio.

Key Investment Policies

The primary objective is to provide consistent returns at reduced risk. The fund will only invest in mortgages. All mortgages are to be legally secured through mortgages on real estate. The following are some of our key investment policies:

  • The loan to value on each individual mortgage investment is not to exceed 75%
  • All mortgages require an independent valuation by an accredited real estate appraiser
  • No individual mortgage investment is to exceed 10% of the total portfolio

Tax Treatment

The fund falls under Section 130.1 of the Canadian Income Tax Act. It is a flow through investment and as such, pays no taxes at the corporate level so long as it distributes 100% of its annual net income.

The fund distributes 100% of its annual profits to its shareholders in the form of dividends. These dividends are treated as regular income for income tax reporting.

An investment in the fund is RRSP, RRIF, RESP and TFSA eligible.

Investment Strategies

The fund is the largest purchaser of private mortgages from Alpine Credits – British Columbia, Alpine Credits – Alberta, GET Acceptance and Aaron Acceptance, our affiliated companies. The fund receives first look at all mortgages underwritten by these mortgage origination groups (as of January 2016, these four entities were underwriting approximately $150 million in private mortgages [annualized]).

Because of this relationship, the fund is well positioned to take advantage of a larger percentage of this proprietary mortgage deal flow.

The fund maintains a line of credit with a major financial institution. The credit facility ensures the fund is fully invested at all times.

Security Position

Loan-To-Value

Mortgages by Provinces

Our Typical Investor Is Someone Who:

  • Is interested in a consistent annual return with capital preservation in mind.
  • Is interested in a regular income stream with limited volatility.
  • Would like to have direct contact with the experienced Fund Managers that are investing along side them.

Are you ready to start investing with Ryan Mortgage?

We’d be happy to talk with you, answer your questions or set up an appointment to discuss your investment options.

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