Turn-Key Real Estate Webinar Replay Is Now Available From American IRA-A National Self-Directed IRA Provider

Jim Hitt, CEO of American IRA-a national Self-Directed IRA provider, is making this replay available due to the tremendous amount of requests they have received for it. This webinar unravels the mystery of How to Avoid Getting Ripped Off When Buying Turn-Key Real Estate.

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American IRA CEO, Jim Hitt

While this is a great strategy for many investors, knowing how to avoid getting ripped off is critical. This webinar replay will walk investors through the 12 questions they need to know to make the right turn-key investment decisions.

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) April 25, 2014

This is important information for anyone that wants to invest in Turn-Key Real Estate. Whether investors are investing inside their Self-Directed IRA s or outside of them, it is critical that they know these important steps so they can learn "How to Avoid Getting Ripped Off When Buying Turn-Key Real Estate".

Click here to view this webinar replay.

Everyone has probably heard by now about the concept of holding real estate within their Self-Directed IRA, Roth IRA, solo 401(k), SEP or other tax-advantaged retirement account. That concept has actually been around for years, and it’s been a successful strategy for thousands of investors.

So successful that some entrepreneurs are rolling out a comparatively recent concept: “turn-key” real estate investing.

Here’s how it works: The investor's Self-Directed IRA or other retirement account would still acquire direct ownership of real estate, just as in a conventional real estate IRA. They would still realize the benefits of exposure to real estate as a distinct asset class, within their IRA, and the tremendous potential benefits of tax deferral of rental and capital gains income.

The difference: With a turn-key program, someone else is doing all the running around.

Essentially, everything is done for them. Their IRA essentially hires and provides capital to a manager, who handles all the day-to-day aspects of property investing. The management company will handle the search for investable properties, fixing and flipping, tenant selection, rental collections, maintenance, management and upkeep, and everything else. Their role in a turn-key real estate arrangement is more or less as a passive investor – except they would have much greater input into the decision-making process than if they simply owned shares in a REIT or fund. They may have direct contact with the managers and rehab team, for example.

This can be a very good arrangement for those who are otherwise diversified, who believe in the long-term benefits of real estate and who want a concentrated position in just a few properties at any given time, where a REIT or REIT fund or ETF may be too broad a play.

While this is a great strategy for many investors, knowing how to avoid getting ripped off is critical. This webinar replay will walk investors through the 12 questions they need to know to make the right turn-key investment decisions.

Click here to view this webinar replay.

About American IRA:

American IRA is committed to providing every client with gold-level service, regardless of account size. Experience their expertise through their Certified IRA Services Professionals. Enjoy the value with one low, annual fee of $285 with unlimited assets and unlimited account values. American IRA clients love the benefit of no charge for "All Cash" accounts. The performance of the American IRA staff is unmatched with quick and efficient processing within 48 hours.

American IRA services thousands of clients and has over $300 million in assets under administration.

American IRA was built by investors for investors and brings their successful investment experience to the table providing excellent educational material showing the public that their Self-Directed IRA account can invest in a variety of assets such as real estate, private lending, limited liability companies, precious metals and much more.

American IRA is located conveniently in Asheville, NC and Charlotte, NC and serves clients nationwide.