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"Did You Know"

You Could Invest In Real Estate Using Your 401(k) or IRA

You may have thought that real estate investing was out of your reach, but if you have either of these accounts, real estate investing could be just a phone call away.

How It's Done

Converting your IRA over to a Self-directed IRA gives you more freedom, flexibility, and choice of how to invest your hard-saved dollars. You can expand and diversify your investment opportunities beyond the stock market, potentially get higher returns and grow your retirement funds tax-deferred or tax-free (depending on the type of account you hold). This holds true also for a 401(k) retirement account by converting it over to a Self-directed Solo 401(k).

Choose Your Investment

There are almost limitless options when it comes to the types of real estate investments that are allowed with a self-directed retirement account. You can invest in Residential, Commercial, Vacant Land, and Single-Family Properties along with:

  • Apartment Buildings

  • Condominiums

  • Building Bonds

  • Commercial Paper

  • Commercial Property

  • Foreclosures

  • Improved or Unimproved Land

  • Joint Ventures

  • Leases

  • Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)

  • Limited Partnerships

  • Offshore Property

  • Single Family and Multi-Unit Homes

  • Tangible Asset Deeds

  • Tax Lien Certificates

  • Trust Deeds

For IRA Retirement Account Holders can assist you in purchasing alternative investments with your retirement funds, and administer the buying and selling of assets that are typically unavailable through banks and brokerage firms. For 40 years, The Entrust Group has provided account administration services for self-directed retirement and tax-advantaged plans.

For 401(k) Retirement Account Holders account holders are individuals who are actively involved in their financial health. Not wanting to be trapped by the typical 401(k), Rocket Dollar customers are investing in real estate, startups, hard money lending, peer to peer loans, crowdfunding, and much more.

If you are looking to get the most out of their retirement savings, the Solo 401(k) is the best option currently available. Those who qualify for the Solo 401(k) can contribute up to $57,000 annually (more if you're 50 or older) and invest in any asset allowed by the IRS, all while not paying an arm and a leg in fees.

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