1. Cash-Out Refinancing

    What is Cash-Out Refinancing and How Can it Benefit Your Self-Directed IRA or Solo 401K? Cash-out refinancing is simply taking advantage of or leveraging the equity built up over the years on your rental property owned within your self-directed IRA, solo 401K, or IRALLC. Through either paying off an existing non-recourse mortgage loan on the property or through extracting the equity in a free and …Read More

  2. Getting to Know VRBO’s

    With ambiguity still flooding the travel industry and people taking a break from vacationing, you may be pondering your current vacation property investment. COVID-19 has put a hold on many things, and vacation rentals have been no exception. People are concerned with their health and safety, as they should be, and are staying home due to the CDCs shelter-in-place order. While some cities and stat…Read More

  3. Qualifications For A Non-Recourse Loan

    With so many steps involved in the process of buying a property, it can be easy to lose track of everything. There are many qualifications that need to be met when applying for a non-recourse loan. You need to have a property in mind, but it also needs to meet the requirements. You need to have enough money, but there are other financial regulations that need considering. First Western Federal Sav…Read More

  4. Debt Service Coverage: What Does It Mean?

    Our non-recourse lenders will dive into the debt service coverage ratio (DSCR) in today's blog. Understanding the DSCR is instrumental in planning how to leverage your self-directed IRA with purchasing a rental property. Read on to find out everything you need to know about the DSCR. How Much Debt Will a Property Support? Purchasing real estate within an IRA is a good place to invest IRA funds, es…Read More