A “Real Estate IRA” in this context is not a specific type of IRA, but actually a type of investment one can make with a Self-Directed IRA.
Asheville, NC (PRWEB) June 29, 2017
With many investors worried about where the stock market may be headed and left looking for alternatives, Jim Hitt of American IRA recently went to the AmericanIRA.com blog to point out how to utilize a Real Estate IRA—and how not to utilize one. Pointing out the “simple mistakes” investors can avoid, the blog post takes readers through some of the common pitfalls and puts Real Estate IRAs in their proper context for those investors who might be new to the idea.
A “Real Estate IRA” in this context is not a specific type of IRA, but actually a type of investment one can make with a Self-Directed IRA. In a Self-Directed IRA, one can take advantage of the wide scope of investments available by investing in real estate, precious metals, private companies, and a range of other options. In this blog post, Jim Hitt says, the goal was to provide readers with a basic understanding of why investors sometimes turn to real estate for their retirement investing—and which mistakes can be avoided for those just learning about this strategy.
The first mistake, Jim Hitt points out, is one that many people first researching the possibilities of real estate investing through a retirement account have to face early: the idea of using that real estate on a personal basis. For example, it is prohibited to live in real estate that an investor holds in an IRA. This keeps the account and the holder of the account separate. “Because this type of strategy is prohibited, it’s a mistake that people have to learn early on,” says Jim Hitt. “If an investor can be disavowed of this type of notion early on in the process, they’ll have a much better understanding of the purposes of a Real Estate IRA and how it can be used as a tool for wealth generation.”
Other mistakes, such as not doing proper research before plunging into a Real Estate IRA, are mentioned, highlighting the role of the AmericanIRA.com blog. “Our goal with these articles is primarily to inform,” says Jim Hitt. “The more investors know, the better a chance they’ll stand of making accounts like Self-Directed IRAs work for them, not against them.”
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