The powerful combination of value appreciation and income has historically been an attraction for investors who understand the risk-return tradeoff of real estate investing. You can own real estate of any kind within your IRA. Been told otherwise? We are not surprised. Since the inception of the IRA in 1974, Americans have been misinformed and kept in the dark about the true choices available within IRAs. But don’t take our word for it. The Internal Revenue Code’s rules and regulations provide the validation you and your trusted advisors often seek.
Section 408 of the Internal Revenue Code allows for the purchase of property with funds held in many common forms of IRAs, including a Traditional IRA, a Roth IRA, SIMPLE IRA and a Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) IRA.
Types of Property Your Individual Retirement Account Can Own
- Residential Single-family and Multi- family property.
- Commercial and Industrial property
- Foreclosures, Short Sales, Distressed and Bank-Owned property
- Improved or Unimproved Land
- International properties of all types
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