The Real Estate for Investment Campaign will be releasing new materials on a daily basis educating readers of all the benefits they receive by holding real estate for investment
Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) January 29, 2012
Richard Geller, CEO and managing director of FinancialSuccessInstitute.org, stated today, "Real estate for investment inside a 401K is one of the most secure and highly profitable holdings an investor can have today. However, a recent FinancialSuccessInstitute.org survey found 73.1% of those responding don't even have a self directed 401K account to hold real estate for investment. It's little wonder that more people aren't aware they can hold real estate for investment with a 401K. Financial service providers would rather people not know a self directed 401K can hold real estate for investment. The reason being is people don't need to hire financial service providers when they hold real estate for investment inside a self directed 401K."
Geller goes on, "The same survey found that 60.8% of the respondents do have a self directed IRA. That's not much of a surprise either since this retirement account requires a trustee under the tax code [§408(a)(2)]. Naturally, financial service providers steer investors to this one so they can sign them for a lifetime of paying fees. With that in mind and based on the survey results, FinancialSuccessInstitute.org will conduct an educational campaign during 2012 about investors' ability to have real estate for investment using a 401K. While the Institute strongly believes the best way to hold real estate for investment is with a 401K, we offer subscribers the ability to hold real estate for investment with either a self directed 401K or a self directed IRA. The Institute's goal is educating investors about their options to hold real estate for investment and then let them make the decision. FinancialSuccessInstitute.org is kicking of the educational campaign by releasing this free special report compiled by our expert panel contrasting and comparing investor benefits from both an IRA and 401K for holding Real Estate for Investment."
Geller expounds, "The Institute is also providing readers the new comprehensive book Wall Street Won't Make You Rich - That's Your Job that goes into all the details about holding real estate for investment with a 401K and beyond. The book shows readers the many ways to own real estate for investment in a 401K. Everything from rental houses to an operating business is possible when people use a 401K to hold real estate for investment. Many investors begin with rental houses as real estate for investment in their 401K and move up to more complex real estate for investment such as commercial properties. The book also goes beyond explaining the many ways to hold real estate for investment. It's truly a road map to wealth based on the proven methods used by the already wealthy to hold real estate for investment."
Geller concludes, "The FinancialSuccessInstitute.org' s Real Estate for Investment Educational Campaign is already in high gear. The Real Estate for Investment Campaign will be releasing new materials on a daily basis educating readers of all the benefits they receive by holding real estate for investment."
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