Past Performance Summary



The following table summarizes the four Programs through December 31, 2015. All figures are presented on a Federal income tax basis.
Program Name 2013C 2013D 2014A 2014B
Start Date 12/18/2013 1/2/2014 4/16/2014 2/27/2015
Amount Offered $4,653,970 $643,089 $2,283,255 $4,187,104
Raised from Investors $4,653,970 $643,089 $2,283,255 $4,187,104
Length of Offering 1 Month 4 Months 10 Months 14 Months
Closing 1/31/2014 5/31/2014 2/28/2015 4/30/2016
Time to Deploy 90% Of Capital 1 Month 1 Month 1 Month 1 Month
Number of Loans Purchased 248 47 377 639
Total Purchase Price of Loans $4,633,487 $661,989 $2,268,212 $6,480,307
Leverage 0 0 0 0
Number of Loans Remaining 69 17 147 348
Total ROI * 22.30% 42.60% 28.70% 52.90%
Targeted Yield to Investors 9-12% 9-12% 9-12% 9-12%
Paid to Investors To Date (Capital & Inc) $3,670,997 $487,806 $926,033 $1,336,242
Amount Paid to Date As Percentage of Investment 65% 53% 28% 27%
Remaining Investor Capital $1,652,616 $303,747 $1,654,180 $3,054,104
Value of Assets Remaining ** $2,678,692 $747,850 $4,328,144 $16,628,563
Outstanding Indebtedness 0 0 0 0
Total Management Fee To Date $115,312 $27,458 $47,886 $7,933
Total Class M Distribution to Date 0 0 0 0
Other Compensation to Managing Member and Affiliates None None None None
* The Total Return On Investment (ROI) to Date is calculated for the entire series, not for any particular security issued by the series. The ending date for the calculation is December 31, 2015. Detail is available in the Offering Circular, which is also on the SEC's EDGAR website. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. ** The Value of Assets Remaining is primarily the value assigned to the remaining assets as of the time they were purchased, in some cases written down (but not up). As described earlier, the Investment Manager uses a proprietary pricing tool to evaluate loan purchases. The proprietary pricing tool takes into account factors that include, but are not limited to, the estimated value of the real estate securing each loan and the history of loan payments.  AHP reevaluates the value of its assets only as needed - for example, when it sells a loan. Reevaluations are not performed on a regular basis.