Is there anyone in world that cares about and protects your money more than you?
I think that it is safe to assume that you answered “No” to that question.
If you are a real estate investor and looking to build wealth you should strongly consider opening a Self Directed IRA account.
What is a Self Directed IRA?
A Self Directed IRA is an individual retirement account that gives you complete control over choosing your investments.
Why Self Directed IRA’s?
The great aspect of this type of an IRA is that it offers you many more options than other IRA’s.
You are not limited to just socks, bonds or mutual funds.
You get to choose exactly what you invest in and this includes many alternative assets but most importantly, Real Estate.
Your self directed IRA can invest in single family houses, apartment complexes, commercial property, raw land, agricultural land and more.
With a self directed IRA you have the ability to build wealth tax free!
Most self directed IRA accounts provide protection from bankruptcy, creditors and even personal injury lawsuits.
Make sure to consult with a self directed IRA specialist and or your real estate attorney to learn more of the finer details.
Real Estate Investment Strategies
Here are a few strategies you can use with your IRA
Buy and hold rental property- Purchase and hold as a rental long term
Fix and flip- Repair and resell
Fix and hold- Repair and hold on to long term
Wholesaling- Quick turn with no fix up.
Types of Returns for Your Real Estate IRA
Sell all or part of ownership
Generate income from rent
Take distribution in cash or in-kind
You know that no one is going to look out for and be more protective of your money than yourself.
Don’t just rely on someone else choosing only stocks, bonds and mutual funds for you.
By utilizing self directed IRA you can start to build wealth tax free by investing in real estate.
Take control of your financial future today by taking advantage of this incredible retirement account
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