Self Directed Retirement Accounts For Real Estate

Posted June 16, 2020 at 9:51 am by

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Mer­ri Ann Simon­son checks in with anoth­er Real Estate tips column…

Do you real­ize that you may use all or a por­tion of your retire­ment funds to invest in real estate?   Retire­ment accounts are basi­cal­ly Trust accounts for your ben­e­fit when you retire.  In the 1970s, the IRS approved real estate as an invest­ment option you can pur­chase with your IRA or a 401 (K).

You may also obtain a non-recourse real estate loan that is grant­ed to your self-direct­ed IRA which will increase your pur­chas­ing pow­er.  Typ­i­cal­ly, the lender will loan up to 50% loan to val­ue on a 3, 5 or 7 year adjustable rate mort­gage. Today’s rates are around 4.5%-5.5%. There are sev­er­al lenders that offer this very unique prod­uct. See link below.

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