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Shannon Carter
  • Baton Rouge, la
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401k withdrawal to invest

Shannon Carter
  • Baton Rouge, la
Posted Feb 1 2024, 03:19

Hello Bp,

I would like some feedback on this creative financing I am trying to do.

I have done 2 successful flips and also have one 1 buy and hold.

Now that I have a little skin in the game I’d like to ask my dad who is 62, with a 6 figure 401k to allow me to use $50,000 to invest in more real estate. I’d like to pay him as if he’s my private money lender after each deal.

He’s funded my deals by taking out a loan from his 401k and I would make the biweekly loan payments , and pay him a fee once I sold my flips and refinanced my last property. That way we both made profit.

But we can’t do another 401k loan for another 6 months .

My question is , what steps would I need to take if he does the 50k withdrawal instead of the loan? Since he's 62 I know we can withdraw with no penalty, but is there a way to avoid taxes ? Like transferring the funds to a SDIRA or Roth IRA ?

Thanks for the feedback

Also, I'd like to maybe do 2 deals at a time this year if the opportunity presents itself, should I start building relationships with HML's ? Or am I on the right track by avoiding fees and points and keep partnering with my dad. Thanks

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