Do you use your IRA or old 401(K) to invest?
You may not be aware that you can use your IRA or old 401(k) account to invest In Multi-Family Real Estate.
Most brokerage firms and IRA custodians will not hold real estate in your account with them, but by using a self-directed IRA, you can preserve the tax-protected status of your retirement funds and take advantage of investing in Multi-Family Real Estate. The gains from your investments will accrue tax-free through your IRA, and using this type of account will help you unlock additional capital to place in Multi-Family Investments.
The following accounts can be used:
Traditional or Roth IRA
Former employer’s 401(k) or any employer’s plan (403b, 457, TSP, etc)
SEP or SIMPLE IRA
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