Using Your IRA for Real Estate Investment
Over the past few years, many markets have seen real estate hit 30-year lows. While many markets are recovering, lucrative investments are still found all across the country. Every day there are articles published in major publications, about investors turning to real estate as opposed to the volatile stock market. You can find articles on Forbes, The Balance and CNBC all showing the benefits of real estate investing. As they say… most of the world’s millionaires, got that way through real estate!
So, why are so many Americans still trusting their retirement funds, IRA’s and 401k’s to the stock market?
Point blank: They don’t know otherwise.
Below we offer tips and advice about how to use your IRA for real estate investment purposes. Investway Group of Florida, Corp. does not claim to be a financial advisor, nor is this guide to be taken as financial or legal advice. Before making any purchase, consult your own professional advisors and seek the counsel of experts. Our guide is meant for informational purposes only!
By using a self-directed IRA, you will be able to:
- Invest in all types of real estate (single and multi-family rentals, commercial properties, rehabs homes to flip, and even land
- Purchase notes backed by mortgages (AKA private lending)
- Tax certificates
- Even some types of precious metals!
What it boils down to, is that a self-directed IRA will allow you to become a real estate investor or even a private lender!
Using A Self-Directed IRA for Real Estate
A self-directed IRA is exactly what it sounds like. It is a retirement account with the same benefits as a traditional IRA, however, YOU are in charge of where your money is invested. Many people have a self-directed IRA, but don’t take the initiative to change up their investments when something isn’t performing. As you read this, people are losing money, yet they don’t do anything about it. We are here to tell you: You can make money with your IRA!