Bailout Your IRA Funds and Start a Rescue Plan with RealSource Retirement Services, Pause Wall Street; Fast-Forward into Main Street Real Estate

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Now is the time for Individual Retirement Account holders to bailout of Wall Street and start a rescue plan on Main Street with RealSource Retirement Services, a leader in assisting Americans to self-direct their IRA funds into income-producing, multifamily real estate investments.

With our IRA Builder program families and individuals who no longer wish to be bound by the panic, fear and pressure of today's traditional investment choices can generate monthly income and increased wealth by placing their retirement funds into commercial real estate investments that make sense

While 2008 is the 'worst of times' for IRA holders who lost more than a trillion dollars in wealth, and continue to muddle through today's economic uncertainty, for RealSource investor clients it was, and is, the 'Best of Times.'"With our IRA Builder program families and individuals who no longer wish to be bound by the panic, fear and pressure of today's traditional investment choices can generate monthly income and increased wealth by placing their retirement funds into commercial real estate investments that make sense," explained Jeremy Hanks, Manager, RealSource Retirement Services. "The IRA Builder program combines the wealth-building power of real estate with the benefits of IRAs, including the ability to protect assets from creditors and frivolous lawsuits."

With the government eyeing taking control of our banks, and most major stocks now valued at less than 10 times estimated 2008 earnings, now is the time to act for money investors. By taking control of their future, IRA funds holders who self-direct can immediately be at work in the multifamily and apartment real estate market and start generating significant wealth in a retirement plan without the concerns and fears of the plunging world credit markets.

"The secret is in the right property, in the right market at the right time. Due diligence in market selection is the key, which is where RealSource's solid performance record and expertise allows for highest possible returns with the least possible risk," added Michael Madsen, Manager, RealSource Retirement Services. "We pinpoint the markets and sub markets that appreciate and provide cash flow above national norms and help our clients divest and move to new opportunities at the optimal times, depending on the individual client's investment goals."

Investors, who enroll in RealSource, choose a reputable IRA Custodian and transfer funds into an account, can then begin reviewing high-quality, leveraged, multifamily tenant-in-common opportunities that offer returns better than most, if not all, traditional individual retirement plans. After conducting due diligence on the offering and releasing the funds to make the purchase, the investor then decides on the funds transfer process. As with all investments, there are risks but the IRA Builder Program, coupled with seasoned Client Advisors, provides the investor with the knowledge and support services they need to stay confident and in control of the decision-making as they steer away from stock market woes.

"Multifamily is our niche," said Hanks. "RealSource delivers to real estate entrepreneurial investors the same tools and services that an institutional investor has at their disposal - research, relationships wit the best in-class professionals and deals that pencil out from day one."

RealSource is a proven Tenancy in Common (TIC) provider. Its TIC business model, unlike others in the business, has grown exponentially to nearly $600 million in 2008 from the $50 million when the company started its Equity Services Division in 2002.

To schedule a one-on-one consultation with Messrs. Hanks or Madsen, call (800) 929-2150 or e-mail them at RRS@realsource.net. To listen to an audio Webinar on "Location Investing" and self-directing funds into real estate, go to http://www.realsource.net/RetirementServices/Default.aspx

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