As a real estate professional, you know the value of purchasing property and what it means as an investment, whether for yourself or for your clients. But you might not know that you can incorporate real estate into your own retirement portfolio as part of a self-directed retirement plan with Next Generation.
Build Your Retirement Wealth with What You Know
With a self-directed IRA, you truly manage your own investments and control your retirement savings strategy with a variety of nontraditional investments unique to your particular areas of interest or knowledge, such as real estate. And who knows the real estate market better than you?
Using a self-directed IRA to invest in real estate could be a powerful way to build retirement wealth for you or your clients. In addition, self-directed retirement accounts offer tax-deferred and tax-free investing in mortgages, notes, limited partnerships, joint ventures, precious metals and more. This broad selection of investment opportunities creates greater potential for investors—such as you or your real estate clients— to build a more secure future by developing a more diverse portfolio.
Self-Directed IRA Real Estate Investments might include:
- Commercial or residential properties – bought, owned and sold by the IRA which shelters your gains
- Rental property – earn tax-deferred or tax-free rental income
- Rehabs or new construction
- Private Lending
- Mortgage Notes
- Tax Lien Certificates
- Undeveloped land, farm land
- Mobile homes
- Storage Units
- Lease options