What Is a Self-Directed IRA And What Allows You To Buy Real Estate With It

November 5, 2011

Self-Directed IRAs

Section 408 of the Internal Revenue Code permits individuals to use a self-directed IRA to purchase real estate investments such as commercial property, condominiums, residential property,  international  real estate, mortgages, trust deeds, real estate contracts,  private placements, limited partnerships, limited liability company’s (LLC’s), and many other types of investments with retirement funds held in many common forms of IRA’s, including 401k’s, Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, and Simplified Employee Pension Plan or SEP-IRA. (see IRS Publication 590 Individual Retirement Arrangements).

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