How to Invest in Real Estate with Your IRA – A Two Part Webcast SeriesPosted on February 14, 2012 by
The first webcast will be on February 16th at 7PM and will focus on basic to intermediate strategies for using your IRA to invest in real estate. The second webcast will be on March 15th at 7PM and will focus on intermediate, advanced, and creative strategies for investing in real estate with your IRA.
Jim Hitt, says “If you are curious about Real Estate IRAs and are looking to learn more about this investment options such as real estate, and other non-traditional assets like LLCs, trust deeds, mortgages, and businesses, this is the perfect webinar for you. I will provide the must knows of investing with self-directed Real Estate IRAs providing you with solid and useful information to help you make your decision about whether self-directed Real Estate IRAs are a good fit for your investment plan.”
Mr. Hitt is excited about this series because these are two specially designed webinars in which the story of David G. will be shared. David G. started out with a self-directed Roth IRA valued at $6,800 in 2007 and grew that investment to it’s current value of $293,000 in 2012. Mr. Hitt will chronicle David G.’s story and how he took his investment knowledge and his investments from beginner to intermediate to advanced to creative. This webinar will show everyone how David G. achieved great success in growing tax free wealth and everyone will clearly be able to see that they can do it too!
Many people are surprised to learn that they can own real estate – not just REIT shares or other stocks, but actual rocks, soil, brick and timber real estate – within their Individual Retirement Arrangement. The IRA vehicle allows them to realize all the advantages of the IRA – tax deductions, no capital gains taxes, deferral of income tax, asset protection, and in some cases, tax-free income – while allowing them to invest in all types of real estate.
The key to using their IRA to invest in real estate is a special vehicle called the “self-directed IRA,” sometimes called a “real estate IRA.” With these plans, they take over the role normally played by investment companies, such as brokerage companies, mutual fund houses and insurance companies. Instead, they, or their designated representative, take close control of their IRA. Register for the webcast now to learn more!