Why are Self-Directed IRA Investors Allocating More Assets to Real Estate?
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Can real estate investments grow your retirement funds?
The average IRA custodian allows you to invest in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. While these are well-known and powerful components of a portfolio, many investors want to protect against volatility or inflation by diversifying further into alternative investments.
A self-directed IRA offers the same tax protections but permits you to invest in various alternative investments, including real estate.
This complimentary guide outlines the advantages and limitations of using a self-directed IRA to invest in real estate, including:
- The Differences Between an IRA and Roth IRA for Real Estate Investment
- Essential Rules for IRA Real Estate Investment
- How Real Estate Offers an Inflation Hedge
- Restrictions on Real Estate Investing with Your IRA