Purchase Summit County Real Estate in Your IRA or 401(k)
Benefits of a Self-Directed Retirement Plan
Most IRA Administrators, such as banks or brokerages, limit your IRA investment choices to the products they sell – such as stocks, bonds and CDs. The administrator should not promote or sell any product or limit your IRA investment options. Instead, they should provide tools and resources to assist you in making educated decisions.
A self-directed retirement plan allows you to control the types of investments that you participate in with an administrator’s help. Under your direction, your plan can invest in real estate, notes, limited partnerships, commercial paper, and many other types of holdings.
Commonly asked questions about real estate in self directed IRAs:
Q: What type of real estate can I buy with my IRA?
A: Almost any type, as long as it is for investment purposes.
Q: Can I leverage my IRA if I only have enough for a down-payment?
A: Yes, with a non-recourse loan.
Q: Can I partner my IRA with others ot make an investment?
A: Yes, you can partner with other IRAs or with other people’s personal funds.
Q: When I buy real estate in my IRA, who pays the expenses?
A: Your IRA, as the legal owner, is responsible to pay all of the expenses.
Want to know more?
The Entrust Group has been showing individuals and small businesses how to achieve their retirement goals through self-directed IRAs for over a century. Their national network of offices gives clients local expertise to assist in getting questions answered and transactions closed quickly and efficiently.
Entrust New Direction IRA, Inc.
1300 Plaza Court North, Ste. 103
Lafayette, CO 80026
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