Experienced Private Real Estate Investment Lenders

Our friendly and specialized services help you succeed.

AIC has made loans on virtually every type of real estate throughout Oregon in our 35-year history. With a common-sense, equity-based approach, AIC will analyze a project and tailor a loan to best suit our clients’ needs. We are always looking for quality loan requests that represent excellent opportunities and have the potential for success. Click below to learn more about what AIC does and view select local projects.

Streamlined to create the most efficient process possible

Each loan structured around the specific merits of the project

Complete lot partitions or confirmations to create new building lots

Up to 65% loan to value

Typically a lower loan-to-value ratio

Funded on a case-by-case basis

AIC Real Estate Investment Case Studies

See the results that our private money loans and guidance have achieved

Why Partner With AIC?

Experience: Established 35 years ago, AIC has the knowledge and the skills to fund common-sense real estate loans in Oregon.

Personalized Service: Our small team of friendly experts tailor loans to the individual needs of our clients. Clients work with one person throughout the entire process to ensure a personalized touch.

Fast Funding: Our nimble team performs a variety of tasks in-house, such as underwriting and document-drawing, and we generally do not require an appraisal. Our process is easy and quick – we can usually close in 5-10 days if a complete file is provided.

No Junk Fees: AIC never charges any upfront fees or “junk fees” like document prep, underwriting, service fees, etc. We take pride in honest lending practices.

Competitive Rates: AIC provides both exceptional service and rates/fees that are competitive in the market.

No Draw Fees: AIC never charges any fees for construction draws or inspections. AIC typically processes construction draws the same day they are received.

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