We’re taking on one of the world’s biggest industries with an even bigger idea: to make real estate financing work better for everyone.
From investors, lenders, and, yes, to end borrowers. In our marketplace, hundreds of loan originators and thousands of investors easily transact, while only ever having to work with one party: PeerStreet.
We source loans from a nationwide network of private lenders and brokers...
...then aggregate, service, and manage those loans for individual and institutional investors
We support private lenders who make loans to real estate entrepreneurs, who then rejuvenate aging homes. Not only does this create local jobs, but it also improves neighborhoods and local communities by reversing the decay of aging housing across the United States and creating desirable opportunities for new families, renters, investors, and lenders.
Our marketplace is designed to align the interests of all participants.
Get unparalleled access and transparency into investment opportunities on a user-friendly platform that makes it easy to diversify and manage your investments.
Investments you make help more people get into homes and bolsters local economies across the country—so you can feel good about more than just your returns.
Access diverse capital sources to help them grow faster, with streamlined loan lifecycle management so they can focus on their borrowers.
More opportunities for funding means more opportunities for them to fix up a home for resale or to generate rental income.
Fund your account, then easily spread your capital across multiple investments with our low $1,000 minimum.Get Started
It was the 2008 financial crisis, and all the warning signs leading up to it, that first inspired co-founders Brew Johnson and Brett Crosby to reimagine a stronger, more transparent system—one designed to improve the lives of all participants.
2022 has been a wild year in the market. PeerStreet brings you visibility on the historical and current data of its loan performance.
FHFA set to raise fees in April: The Federal Housing Finance Agency announced in January its plans to increase the upfront fees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac charge. These fees apply to any second home mortgage loans sold to the agencies.