US SHARE FUND We are pleased to offer the SHARE FUND financial instruments for all Americans and other foreign people living in the USA. We offer you a range of services, including Home- Commercial Mortgage, Re-Finance, Home Equity, Small Business -Foreign Trade Loans, Leasing, Equity, Franchise Business Funding, Rental and Multi-Unit Property, New Construction Loans, Investment and Project finance with the partner Lenders, Credit Unions, and Banks.
We provide time-sensitive financing to meet the needs of investors for the purchase or refinance of residential and commercial properties.
US SHARE FUND our faith-based lending subsidiary serves a large number of Muslim, Hindu, Jewish, and Christian customers who have an ethical aversion to paying or receiving interest. Our partner Islamic Banks offers Shariah-compliant financing.
We have experience across the full range of debt capital markets, including senior debt, second lien, mezzanine, and asset-backed lending (ABL), as well as quasi-equity products. US SHARE FUND Financial Services
PRIVATE EQUITY Our Private Equity strategy is to acquire strategic stakes in highly profitable and fast-growing companies in select industries in the USA region and, through active ownership, accelerate their growth and profitability ahead of an eventual exit. We are active investors with a particular focus on operational improvements and regional or product expansion. Our Private equity funds may invest directly in equity securities of the target investment, in the form of mezzanine debt, or in both equity and debt.
FINANCIAL PROGRAMS TO MEET YOUR NEEDS Real Estate Finance
- Fix and Flip Loans · Rental Property Loans ·Construction Loans ·Mezzanine Loans
- SBA& USDA Loans ·Long-term Permanent Financing
INTEREST-FREE SHARE MORTGAGE FINANCE
LEASING BOND-EQUIVALENT (SUKUK)
SUKUK bonds and this financing model that is frequently observed in the international financial markets is used especially by US and British banks and investment banks to attract the capital from GCC countries to financial markets.
Sukuk are asset-based securities; they’re certificates (sold to investors) that represent ownership in a tangible asset, service, project, business, or joint venture.
Like the interest rate on a conventional bond, the rental return may be a fixed or floating rate pegged to a benchmark, such as LIBOR.
Instead of receiving interest payments on lent money, as in a standard bond, a sukuk generally entitles its possessor to (nominal) part-ownership of an asset; he then receives income either from profits generated by that asset or from rental payments made by the issuer.
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