1. Using IRAs to buy real estate – Six reasons to tap retirement funds now to buy rental property

    Since 1974, Americans have had the ability to use IRA assets to buy investment property. Yet the means to do that -- called a self-directed IRA -- remains one of the least known and unheralded investment vehicles in the vast financial marketplace. Bear in mind homes purchased with IRA funds can't be used for personal purposes. Doing so risks the IRS declaring the assets withdrawn and demanding imm…Read More

  2. Buying Real Estate for Your IRA

    If you think that your IRA investments are limited to stocks, bonds and mutual funds, you're wrong. Self-directed IRAs can own real estate, too. Here's what you need to know about investing in property for your retirement account. What is a self-directed IRA? Self-directed IRAs, as the name implies, are controlled by you, rather than an account custodian. Banks and brokerage companies, the most ty…Read More

  3. Non Recourse Loans for your IRA

    For your self-directed IRA, Non Recourse Loans are a great way to add leverage to that real estate purchase in your self-directed IRA (SDIRA), Solo 401(k), or IRA funded LLC. You don…Read More