Real estate IRAs are popular with people who want diversity and leverage against potential losses in the stock market. You can choose your own assets including commercial and residential property, raw land, as well as tax liens and deeds.
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent safer-at-home mandates put quite a dent in the 2020 travel industry. If you or your self-directed IRA own vacation rental investments, chances are, the returns on those assets suffered, too. As we settle into 2021 and as more Americans get vaccinated, many … Read More
You don’t have to wait to see a for sale sign go up to find investment property (or any property, for that matter). There are potential off-market real estate options available—if you just know how to find them. Whether you invest in real estate with your personal … Read More
David Tilney has been managing single-family houses in Colorado Springs, CO for over 40 years. The article below was written by him to share his tips and secrets to success in retaining great tenants for your investment property.
Understand How Investment Property Works in Your State
First, define the … Read More
Have you suffered loss of income on investment rental property due to COVID-19? Or, are you hesitant to invest in rentals until the pandemic is more under control? The personal and professional impact the coronavirus pandemic has caused is undeniable. However, there are strategies you can use … Read More
Multifamily real estate investments can provide a considerable income, especially if the property is high value, such as a large condominium complex in a posh vacation location. The benefits of investing in large and lucrative multifamily properties are significant. But, if you prefer to invest on your … Read More
Non-recourse loans are used by self-directed IRAs to leverage buying power, most often to invest in real estate. But what exactly are recourse loans vs non-recourse loans? This article explores the differences and explains how non-recourse loans work in your IRA to help you build wealth for … Read More
Guest blog by Steve Landaal, VP of Portfolio Management at HIS Capital Funding
I remember as a boy, my grandmother Anna safely retired off her bank CDs. She earned a fair interest rate at that time, and she enjoyed predictable monthly payments, which paid her monthly bills.
With current … Read More
Real estate has a long history of holding its value during tough economic times. Of course, that depends on the property, its location, and the potential use. But for a large number of investors, real estate is a tangible asset that appreciates over time, always retains some … Read More
Affordable housing is always in demand. The cost to purchase and/or rent homes, apartments, and condos today is high. This makes mobile home living appealing to people in low-income brackets. But there are also many affluent retirees who enjoy mobile homes as a second-home getaway in their … Read More
If you’re on the brink of making a decision to open a self-directed IRA—read on to find out how investing in rental properties and rehabs has the potential to produce significant income for your retirement. If you have knowledge in the industry, that’s a plus. But, even … Read More