Don't Overlook This Source Of Private Money For Real Estate Investing

Tom Dunn
 


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When it comes to finding private money for real estate investing, some folks are sitting on a goldmine and don’t even know it. Read on to discover what this goldmine is, and if you're sitting on one yourself.

Think about this… if you have retirement funds that have been gradually building up in a 401k or IRA, you’ve most likely seen the rates of return stumble in recent years. In some cases they’ve done more than stumble, they have taken a nosedive.

There are a few people out there whose retirement accounts have grown during that same period at a healthy double-digit pace, for one simple reason. They knew how to put their money to work for them in self-directed IRA accounts that allowed them to invest in real estate.

Don’t dismiss this as pie-in-the-sky thinking. If you’re sitting on retirement funds, from tens-of-thousands to hundreds-of-thousands, even millions of dollars, yet you continue to struggle with finding private money for real estate investing, you need to ask yourself why.

Simply by moving your money into a self-directed IRA, you could create a convenient source of available funding for your deals, pay yourself a healthy rate of return, and defer the taxes on your real estate transactions, all in one move.

There are several players in the self-directed IRA market right now. Some are better than others, but all are capable of administrating your account and allowing you to fund your deals. Shop, compare services, and decide which company fits your style and personality.

A self-directed IRA is usually pretty simple to handle, but there are some special rules you will need to follow. One of the most important is that ALL transactions relating to the subject property must be paid for out of the IRA, but that’s easily accomplished. Your account administrator will assist you in setting it all up.

Make sure you familiarize yourself with all the rules, and follow them to the letter. Failure to do so could cost you all your tax benefits, plus substantial penalties. As long as you follow the rules, using your IRA to fund your deals may turn out to be an excellent source of private money for real estate investing.

There are other ways of finding private money for real estate investing , but few are as convenient and immediate as your own retirement funds. Don’t overlook your IRA or 401k when you’re looking for ways to fund your deals.

For more on finding private money for real estate investing try http:www.private-money-real-estate-investing.com/find-private-money.html

Tom Dunn is a successful real estate investor and author of the popular DealFiles Real Estate Investor Stories free newsletter. You are welcome to share this report, unedited and in it's entirety, with anyone you like. You may not remove this text. © 2007 by Tom Dunn.

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