If you ask Wall Street if you can hold real estate in your IRA, the answer is no!
If you ask the government, you will find that they are perfectly fine with you holding real estate in your IRA.
I have been a practicing CPA for almost 20 years and this is a powerful wealth creation strategy.
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Why would Wall Street leave real estate off the permitted investments section of their IRA applications?
One word: Profit.
You see, brokers can make a fortune off of you when you invest your IRA in one of their over managed, fee-heavy mutual funds. There are fat commission checks handed out when you take their stockbrokers’ advice about buying and selling stocks in your IRA.
Have you ever asked your broker about using your IRA to invest in real estate?
Is there a solution to all of this? YES There Is!
My investment team has learned the power of getting a true self-directed IRA. There are companies that simply earn their money on set up and maintenance fees. Because they do not manage the investments within the IRA, they are unbiased as to what you put in there. As long as its legal of course.
Our team has established a great connection with one of the leading self-directed IRA companies.
My CPA advice to you is that you should at least be aware of this wealth creation strategy.
I recorded this webinar for you on how you can use your IRA to buy an apartment building.