It Only Makes Sense
Using an 401k/IRA to invest in real estate provides the opportunity to generate income from rent, appreciation, fixing and flipping, and more. Your self-directed 401k/IRA can purchase any type of property such as residential and commercial real estate, raw land, agricultural property, and more. Your self-directed 401k/IRA can buy the property outright; meaning the 401k/IRA is the title holder. If your 401k/IRA does not have the funds to finance the full purchase price, your 401k/IRA can secure a non-recourse loan to buy property.
Since the inception of 401k/IRAs, it has been possible to invest in real estate as an asset. What has not always been easy is finding an 401k/IRA provider willing to service self-directed real estate investing. (We know how to do this!)
The IRS requires an authorized 401k/IRA provider for all IRAs. Although few 401k/IRA providers handle real estate investments, we work with 401k/IRA professionals that specializes in administrative services for all your self-directed real estate investments. You, select the property, negotiate the terms, and direct funds from your 401k/IRA to close the deal. We make sure the paperwork substantiates that the asset is purchased with your 401k/IRA, and therefore deserves the tax benefits associated with the account type.
Our team of professionals will guide you through the self-directed real estate investment process, and ensure that your transactions are prompt and accurate. We offer ongoing free education on self-directed 401kIRA real estate investing and regulations.
Real Estate Assets Your IRA or 401k Can Acquire Include:
You are ready to self-direct once your 401k/IRA has been opened and funded. There are no restrictions on the price and/or market value of the property, where the property is located, or the type of real estate purchased. In fact, there are several types of real estate your fund can purchase.
- Single Family Homes
- Multi Unit Homes
- Apartment Buildings
- Commercial Properties
- Rental Properties
- Fix & Flip
Open and Fund Your Account.
- You must open an account before you can start the investment process. You can fill out the form provided or you can call us directly at (303)-918-9158 or click to download The FREE 401k/IRA Report.
- Fund your account with a transfer, rollover, and/or contribution. Once your account is funded, your transaction can take place.