1. Tips for Starting a Business

    One of the things that the United States is known for and prides itself upon is found in the world of being a small business owner. The epitome of capitalistic ventures, small businesses employ over 56 million people across the United States, and actually comprise over 99 percent of businesses in total. Millions of Americans every day work towards having a successful small business, and many milli…Read More

  2. Non-Recourse Loans and Other Important Financial Terms

    The aspects and intricacies of the financial world come as naturally as breathing to some people. For many of us, however, the world of finances is practically its own separate planet, complete with a super confusing foreign language. However, there are some key financial terms that are important for everyone to know, even if they seem difficult to grasp and master. In order to build a better fina…Read More

  3. 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

  4. Non-Recourse Loans and Real Estate for Your IRA

    Using leverage in an IRA to purchase real estate assets is not a new idea. It has been perfectly legal since 1974 when the original rules were established for individual retirement arrangements (IRA's). By that, I mean that if you wanted to purchase a piece of real estate to hold in your IRA you could do so. And if you wanted to have your IRA borrow some of the money necessary to close the transac…Read More

  5. 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 t…Read More