Self-Directed IRAs For Real Estate Investing
Updated: May 31, 2019
Gone are the days when your only choice was to invest your IRA in mutual funds or ETF’s. Using a self-directed IRA, you can now make direct commercial real estate investments in your tax deferred account.
A self-directed IRA is essentially the same as the more traditional IRA. With a self-directed IRA, however, you are given the option of where to invest. You are not limited to investing solely in stocks, bonds and mutual funds. You are allowed to invest in hard-asset real estate, as well as other alternative investment options.
Many companies now offer individuals the opportunity to self-direct funds in their IRAs for an assortment of investment opportunities, including commercial real estate.
The use of self-directed IRAs is an extremely powerful tool for investors who want more control over their investments and who wish to diversify their portfolio away from the volatility of the stock market through alternative investments. This is a compelling time to revisit traditional retirement funds and explore how to allocate a portion of these funds to commercial real estate investments that may be more lucrative and/or more aligned with an investor’s wealth-growing objectives.
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