Are you a real estate investor, or perhaps, you plan to get into real estate investing?
If that’s the case, real estate is probably your preferred investment option for your retirement
Nearly 45% of the working-age households in the U.S. don't have any type of retirement accounts.
The key to avoiding a potential retirement crisis is to start saving early. At the
Use your retirement funds to purchase real estate? Is that even legal?
Yes it is! The IRS allows you to invest in real estate through qualified retirement plans, and a self-directed
Using debt leverage means an investor can purchase a property worth two or three times what they could have purchased out of pocket--or it can enable the investor to purchase
Many self-employed real estate investors are considering a self-directed Solo 401k plan to grow their retirement funds.
Instead of having their retirement savings stuck in a stock portfolio, investors can now
Most of the larger financial institutions limit what you can direct your IRA investments into, namely securities, certificates of deposit, money market, etc.
If you want to have a truly self-directed
If you're reading this article, you're probably already aware of the significant tax advantages available when investing in real estate through a self-directed IRA, also known as the Real Estate
The most common question I hear is, “But what if I don’t have enough money in my IRA?”
This article explains two alternative funding options for real estate IRAs. A low
Investing through a self-directed IRA offers many tax advantages to real estate investors. With these advantages, comes a set of rules and regulations that must be followed in order for