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Connecticut Equestrian Property

Washington, Conneticut home boasts an 18.23 acre country compound and an equestrian property featuring a heated infinity pool, 7 bedrooms, guest cottage, and gate house. Only 90 minutes from New York City.

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SENIOR BPDN - PROMISSORY NOTE SECURED BY COLLATERAL SECURITY AGREEMENT

THIS PROMISSORY NOTE IS SECURED BY THE ISSUER'S PLEDGE OF THE RELEVANT UNDERLYING COLLATERAL LOAN (AS DEFINED BELOW) TO THE LENDER (AS DEFINED BELOW) UNDER THE COLLATERAL SECURITY AGREEMENT AND PROMISSORY NOTE. HOWEVER, EXCEPT TO THE LIMITED EXTENT PROVIDED IN THE PROMISSORY NOTE WITH RESPECT TO THE UNDERLYING COLLATERAL LOAN, THIS NOTE IS NON-RECOURSE TO THE ASSETS, FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS OF YIELDI, LLC (THE "BORROWER", "COMPANY" OR "ISSUER") OR ANY OF ITS AFFILIATES, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, STOCKHOLDERS, PARENTS, OR SUBSIDIARIES EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT OF THE VALUE OF COLLATERAL LOAN NET PAYMENTS ACTUALLY RECEIVED IN RESPECT OF THE UNDERLYING BORROWER LOAN.

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Investment Summary Of Connecticut Equestrian Property

Investors have an opportunity to invest in borrower payment dependent notes, the cash flow of which is dependent on the payment of interest and principal repayment on the Loans. Investors are scheduled to receive an annualized monthly interest payment of Login for details over the Loans' estimated remaining term of 12 Mo. Months. Principal is expected to be returned on or before maturity through a refinancing with a traditional bank loan. It is important to note that the Loans are eligible for prepayment, and principal may be repaid prior to the 12 Mo. Months estimated remaining term. If the Loans are paid off before maturity, investors are expected to receive at least three months of interest payments in addition to return of principal.

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This loan had an initial term of 12 Mo. Months with an option at Yieldi's discretion to extend. As of February 26, 2021 there are 12 Mo. Months remaining. Investors will immediately receive monthly interest payments at an annualized rate of Login for details on the principal balance over the life of the loan. If you invest in this loan in the middle of a month, you will receive a prorated interest payment for your investment for your first investment month and then full monthly payments thereafter. All payments are made automatically via ACH on the 1st of each month and investors all paid by the 10th of the month.

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