How To Use a Self-Directed IRA To Invest in Real Estate

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  • 09/03/19 06:30PM - 08:30PM America/New_York
  • Leeland, Carriage House, 730 Fayette Street, Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 191428
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Diversified Investors Group – Commercial Sub Group

1st Tuesday of the Month

6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Location: Diversified Investors Group - Commercial Sub Group

Date: Sept 3rd, 2019

Location: Leeland, Carriage House, 730 Fayette Street, Conshohocken, PA 19428

Presented By: Ryan Fischer CamaPlan

Overview: How To Use a Self-Directed IRA To Invest in Real Estate

A growing number of retirement savers are becoming aware that they can choose investments within an Individual Retirement Account (IRA). Self-Directed IRAs (SD-IRA) offering non-traditional investments have increased in popularity in recent years and are more accessible for real estate investors. These Self-Directed IRAs allow you to invest in real estate, Ryan will discuss Self-Directed IRA's as a traditional or Roth IRA in which the custodian permits real estate investments that are allowable in retirement accounts and the appeal to many people who consider using a Self-Directed IRA to purchase rental or flip properties.

Ryan will also discuss private lending/raising funds for your real estate projects using other people IRA's, etc.

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