OUR ENTITIES

Private Money Authority Inc.
Subsidaries:
Private Money Holdings LLC
The Private Money Real Estate Opportunity Fund LLC
The Private Money Hemp Opportunity Fund LLC
The Private Money Energy Opportunity Fund LLC
The Private Money Precious Metals Opportunity Fund LLC
My Private Money Lender


Additional entities are in formation. We are also placing our assets in our holdings company.

PMA OFFICE

Private Money Authority Inc.
2000 South Colorado Boulevard
Tower 1 Suite 2000 #35
Denver, Colorado
80222
(888)659-0995






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VISION 2030

On or before January 1, 2030 Private Money Authority Inc. will have successfully achieved the following:


1.Acquire 10,000 doors internally.
2.Our members will acquire 25,000 doors.
3.Acquire 5,000 keys internally. (Hotel).
4.Ground Up/ New Build 10 100+ story luxury high rises.
5.Become the largest financier in the hemp and cannabis industry.
6.Build Out the most respected private money education and coaching platform in the industry.
7. Launch our energy funding platform.
8. Launch our community development platform.
9. Launch our health and technology platform.
10. Launch our media platform.


BUILD A LAS VEGAS MEGA RESORT AND CASINO PROPERTY TO CELEBRATE COMPLETION OF VISION 2030!

THE FUND

THE FUND
WE ARE ACCEPTING MEMBERS AND SCHEDULING INVESTOR MEETINGS

Friday, June 7, 2019

BACKGROUND DETAILS


Background Details About Their Deal

Borrower’s name
Today’s date
Borrowers best email address
Borrower’s best phone number
Complete property address
State okay?
Under contract?
Type of property – SFR, condo, etc.
Purchase price
Closing date
Loan amount requested
Expected repair costs
Planned time to complete rehab
Planned time to
market & sell or lease (if flip)
Value After Repaired (ARV) (based on what sources?)
As-Is Value – In current condition (based on what sources?)
Exit strategy – How will they pay us back?
How much money are they putting into project?
Loan term (mos.)
FICO Score (if desired for consideration)
How many deals in last 12 months?
How many deals total?
How much profit on their last deal?
Expected profit for this deal?
Cross-collateral address (if applicable)
What rates did they budget for their cost of capital and how did they determine them?
Business entity type and name
Borrower/guarantor names
Market rental rate (and source)
Guarantors employed outside investing?
Liquid (cash) reserves available for closing & rehab
Explain foreclosures, bankruptcies or other negative credit items
Date appraisal ordered
Appraised value
Fee agreement signed?
Date application received
(Use the space below, the back of the form, or additional pages for extra notes. Keep this form in your “Prospect,” “Processing,” and “Closed and/or Withdrawn” folders to track your contacts.)


BROKER PREPROCESSING CHECKLIST                 DATED CONTACT NOTES



The information below represents the minimum document requirements a broker must obtain in order to submit a loan to processing. Should any of these items not be included in the package to underwriting, an explanation of the reason must be included.



   Broker Fee Agreement-Signed

Residential Application Packet


  Residential Loan Application -Signed

  Zero Tolerance Loan Fraud Policy-Signed

  Schedule of Real Estate-Signed

Business Entity Information for borrowing entity


   Reviewed entity on state website and determined that entity is in good standing

   EIN Letter from IRS

   Articles of Organization/Incorporated

   Operating Agreement/Bylaws (If any)

Additional Information


   Two most recent bank statements - all pages and showing enough for down payment & reserves

   Preliminary Title Report, title insurance commitment, and Closing Protection Letter (or contact info)

   Hazard and/or flood insurance (delivered) or contact information

   Completed Appraisal

   Completed Estimated Loan Cost Worksheet

   ID and Social Security Card

   Contractor bid and cost breakdown for all work to be performed (ARV and rehab)

   Signed Purchase and Sale Agreement with business entity name as buyer (If any)

   Lease agreements, if rentals

   Your executive summary of the deal and why it makes sense (especially the criteria for logic-based lending)

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