The power of transparency and accessibility in whole loan trading

Totally innovative. LTVtrade™ has built an incredibly comprehensive marketplace that meets the needs of both buyers and sellers.

Sandy Frucher
Vice Chairman, The NASDAQ OMX

As a boutique private equity shop, LTVtrade™ will be a vital access point to residential mortgage investment opportunities to which I would otherwise never have

Schelton Assoumou
Founder and CEO, ASK Capital

The dislocation in the structured finance markets has led to significant investor interest in "distressed" strategies targeted at taking advantage of the attractive entry points (of) whole loan… product.

Declaration Management & Research LLC

LTVtrade™ will soon offer participants a highly robust and user-friendly online trading platform which seeks to meet the needs of both buyers and sellers.

In the meantime...



LTVtrade™ will provide its clients with all the support tools they need.

Our highly specialized Services Continuum -
vendors that are equipped to service buyers and sellers through every stage of a mortgage transaction as well as contingency services to address unexpected circumstances.


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Access to the LTVtrade™ Marketplace is limited to institutional investors and individual "accredited investors" (as defined by Rule 501 of Regulation D) (together, "Investors") who meet the minimum qualification criteria as determined by LTVtrade™.

Risks. Residential whole loan investing can result in significant losses, including loss of the entire initial investment. You should be aware of all the risks associated with residential whole loan trading, and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts. Such risks inherent in purchasing, servicing and disposing of residential whole loans include:

Liquidity Risk. The risk that arises from the lack of marketability of an investment that may prevent the liquidation or limit the funds that can be generated from the asset.

Default Risk. The risk that an individual will be unable to make the required payments on their debt obligations.

Additional risks include, but are not limited to: (i) the loss of principal, (ii) legal action by borrowers or previous lenders, (iii) requirement to forward capital to satisfy senior lienholders, (iv) enforceability of the mortgage, (vi) changes in government regulations of mortgages, (vii) decline in local or national real estate market, and (viii) decline in collateral value.

Binding Contract. All winning bids for residential whole loans are considered legally binding contracts and investors are required to purchase residential whole loans in which (a) they have the highest bid and (b) meet or exceed the Seller’s Reserve Price.

Information pertaining to the value and risk profile of each listed residential whole loan is provided, as a convenience, by LTVtrade™ on the LTVtrade™ Marketplace, and Investors should therefore conduct their own due diligence, evaluate the merit of any potential investment, and verify the accuracy of all information provided through the LTVtrade™ Marketplace. Information pertaining to each asset listed on the LTVtrade™ Marketplace is provided by the Sellers and third-party service providers who are commissioned by the Sellers. LTVtrade™ will be assisted by third-party service providers to manage bidder deposits and transfer assets from Sellers to Investors.

Once assets have been purchased via the LTVtrade™ Marketplace, the Investors are responsible for servicing the residential whole loans, including notices to the borrower, debt service, and complying with all federal, state and local law, including applicable tax law.