Financial Success Institute Responds to Requests for Alternatives When Investors Have Real Estate in an IRA

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After the Institute released the Special Report on Real Estate in an IRA, readers began urgently looking for solutions if they already have real estate in an IRA

For those already holding real estate in an IRA, it's no more difficult than rolling over or transferring into a real estate 401K.

Richard Geller, CEO and managing director of the Financial Success Institute, stated, "The initial response from readers of the Expert Panel Special Report on Real Estate in an IRA was strong. The response was most intense from investors already owning real estate in an IRA. Their concern is they won't be able to receive the extraordinary benefits the report outlined as available only from the real estate 401K. Today we are reassuring them that even if they already own real estate in an IRA, they can switch to a real estate 401K to instantly take advantage of the benefits."

Geller continued with, "The Institute is dedicated to not only uncovering unconventional investing methods like owning real estate in an IRA or 401K, but also assisting subscribers with exploiting alternative investments like owning real estate in an IRA or 401K for their financial gain. For those already holding real estate in an IRA, it's no more difficult than rolling over or transferring into a real estate 401K. However, as the panel cautioned in the report, for some people it remains a better option holding real estate in an IRA. Before people already holding real estate in an IRA make the change, they need to consult with a retirement professional."

Something Geller wants widely known is that releasing the Special Report on Real Estate in an IRA is only the beginning of the services the Financial Success Institute provides on the subject. According to Geller, "The Institute will continue releasing new information about owning real estate in an IRA or 401K as it's uncovered. IRS code is complicated. Our expert panel has the right people in place to digest and explain how it affects real estate in an IRA or a 401K. What few people understand is the code seldom excludes a specific investment. That's why it's possible to hold real estate in an IRA or 401K. This has been known by our experts for years. What's new about holding real estate in an IRA of 401K is the major difference in benefits afforded each investment vehicle."

Geller also states, "The Institute is a rich resource of educational materials on the subject of owning real estate in an IRA or 401K. The real estate in an IRA materials come in a variety of media including videos and courses explaining the many ways investors are able purchase real estate in an IRA or 401K. The real estate in an IRA or 401K materials go into deep detail about many aspects such as how to finance real estate in an IRA as well as protecting them against our litigious society. We will continue adding resources as new needs of students and subscribers are identified. That's why the Real Estate in an IRA study was conducted."

Geller concluded, "Any one already owning real estate in an IRA or wanting more information about the real estate 401K is encouraged to contact us with questions or comments. Again, owning real estate in an IRA or 401K is only one of the Institutes alternative investments. Just recently, the Institute began encouraging investors to buy gold in IRAs as a hedge against inflation."

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