Use Your IRA to Buy Real Estate
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Use Your IRA to Invest in Real Estate
Are stock market woes preventing you from building wealth in your retirement account? Making real estate investments through a self-directed IRA can re-build your savings and could provide a financially secure retirement.
A retirement account (traditional IRA, Roth Ira, SEP, ) is not an investment. It?s simply a special account that holds your investment. It can hold many types of investments, such as mutual finds, stocks, bonds and real estate.
The problem is that most companies that hold retirement accounts aren?t geared up to handle real estate. Therefore, they have no incentive to inform their customers that real estate is an alternative investment choice. That?s the main reason for the misconception that real estate can?t be held in a retirement account.
Let's get this straight: Retirement accounts can own real estate through a self-directed IRA account with a custodian that specializes in REAL ESTATE IRA?s.
Once you?re the proud owner of a self-directed IRA with an experienced custodian that can handle real estate, you get checkbook control. There are specific rules as to what you can and cannot do with your real estate IRA.
Some things you can do:
Some things you cannot do:
Is a Real Estate IRA Right for you?
So, now you know you can use your retirement account to buy real estate. But the bigger issue is should you use your retirement account to buy real estate? The answer is, it depends on the type of real estate and your unique situation.
You already know your real estate IRA cannot own property that is used by you, certain family members or your business. Therefore, primary residences, second homes and vacation homes are not candidates.
Other types of real estate, such as raw land, handyman specials, and non-leveraged rental properties, are perfect candidates. The profit from these investments would be taxed if you owned the property personally. However, if your real estate IRA buys owns and sells the property, the profit would compound in your IRA tax-deferred or TAX FREE.
There is a limit on how much you can contribute each year to your retirement account. But there?s no limit on how much the account can earn!!!!
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"If I could have only one kind of investment it would be real estate"..Donald Trump