A self-directed IRA or real estate IRA gives you the freedom to invest in real estate related vehicles such as raw land, rental properties (single-family and multi-unit), commercial property, mortgage notes, tax liens, and more. Many investors find investing in real estate attractive because it is fairly easy to navigate and the investment is secured by a tangible piece of property. Midland IRA helps clients maximize the wealth-building potential of self-directed retirement accounts by providing premier educational programs and outstanding, personal client service. While we can give you no advice in making investments, we hold seminars that include a cutting-edge curriculum designed to make self-direction easy and empowering. We frequently host live webinars as well as workshops and other events about acquiring real estate in your IRA. Visit our event calendar for upcoming dates.
Watch this video on how to invest in real estate using a self-directed IRA
- Can I invest a self-directed IRA in real estate? Where can I learn about using my funds to invest in real estate?
- How long have IRAs been able to own real estate?
- How is the investment titled?
- How does it work once the IRA owns the property?
- What are the limitations?
- What are the financing options? Do all the funds need to come from the IRA?
- If I own real estate in my Midland IRA, how are rental income and expenses handled?
- Can I use my self-directed IRA to buy a second home?
- Can I perform repairs on property owned by my IRA?
- What happens if my self-directed real estate IRA does not have enough money to pay for unexpected expenses?
- If my self-directed IRA can't buy the property or other investment outright, can I partner my IRA with my personal funds? Who else can I partner with?