Beginning September 1st for all new clients. (Ask an advisor about offers for existing clients)
Position Benefits LLC was established in the summer of 2013 as a full time supplier of Secured Bridge Loan Investments for conservative investors looking for a 1 year 5% option. This was a result of the overwhelming demand that came of having a SAFE and SECURED, short term option paying a higher than market rate of return.
The founder of the company is Chuck Nilosek, formerly of SHP Financial. His reputation in the field of asset protection, safe investing arena, makes him and his team the ideal ambassadors to this popular option.
These highly sought after opportunities are compared to Certificates of Deposits offered by commercial banks, yet are NOT covered by the FDIC. Due to the fact that Position Benefits deals entirely with SAFETY, it was important that every dollar of our clients hard earned money be SECURED in the most air tight way possible. Every investor putting money aside for this short term vehicle will retain a 1st position lien on a fully vetted and recently appraised, piece of commercial property. These investments are then publicly filed in the city/town of said property adding an extra layer of third party assurance. Whatever level of sophistication a client might have with real estate and alternative investments, the fact remains that protection, growth and smart choices will win out in just about every circumstance. The job of the Position Benefits team is to bring in the right client, spend the time educating them and leading them down a path of prosperity.
October 08, 2014
By Stan Bril Published: Sept 26, 2014 12:45 p.m. ET With the stock market near a record, alternative assets look attractive As the stock market hovers near a record high, talk of a bubble is getting louder. As a result, investors may be looking to diversify and balance risk by finding safer investments that still […]
October 07, 2014
Having trouble qualifying for a mortgage? Ben S. Bernanke, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, has the same problem. Bernanke, now a think tank consultant who earns a reported $250,000 for giving one speech, recently told a Chicago conference that he’s had a hard time refinancing his Washington, D.C. home. “Just between us,” Bernanke said, […]