Did you know that income from land purchased with a self-directed IRA flows back into that retirement account tax-deferred?
Buying land investments with your IRA diversifies your retirement portfolio and can offer better returns on investments. Land could be a great investment that offers better stability than other assets and has low maintenance costs.
Watch this short video on investing in land using a self-directed IRA
These types of investments include:
Farmland is generally considered a viable investment vehicle. It’s potentially a fixed resource that provides the means to grow and harvest crops, raise cattle, chickens, and other critical food sources. The risk in these investments can be minimal and the returns solid, offering a hedge against inflation and stock market assets.
Interested in learning more about how these assets work in a real estate IRA? Contact us today.
FAQs on Land Investing in a Self-Directed IRA
- Can I build on the land?
- Can I live on or use the land?
- Can I sell the land?
- Can I sell the land to myself when I want to use it?
- Can I sell the mineral rights to my land? Can my land be used for an Agriculture Preservation Program?
- Who is listed on the deed?
- Can I work the land myself?
- What are the purchasing options? Do all funds need to come from the IRA?
Find out if your land investment qualifies to be purchased using a self-directed IRA by filling out the form below. A Midland IRA representative will reach out to you shortly.