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Did you know you can invest in multifamily real estate through your IRA investment? Just like you can invest in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, you can also invest in multifamily real estate, tax deferred or tax free, using a self-directed IRA. Most people do not realize it is possible to generate long term cash flow and capital appreciation by investing in multifamily real estate within their retirement plan. I am also not talking about purchasing stock in a public REIT; I am talking about investing in tangible, income producing buildings with little to no debt. Once they become aware that real estate can be an IRA investment they realize the opportunity that is in front of them and the benefit of including cash flow real estate in their plan.
From our experience most people miss the opportunity to take advantage of multifamily real estate because of two main factors:
That is where we come in. We take the time to educate investors on how multifamily real estate opportunities are located, analyzed, negotiated, financed, operated, and eventually sold.
Making an IRA investment in multifamily real estate is fairly simple. After deciding to invest, the first step is to open a self-directed IRA. This can be done in as little as two to three business days. Next, you will need to fund the IRA. This can be done by doing a simple rollover with no tax consequences (of course, please consult your CPA or tax professional for proper tax advice). This can be accomplished in as little as one day or could take up to three weeks depending on the company currently holding your funds. Once your account is funded it's now just a matter of filling-out a few more forms to transfer into the IRA investment tax deferred. It's that simple.