A Real Estate IRA Enables Real Estate Purchases
Without Distribution Penalties,
Custodial Delays or Transaction Fees
YES, you may invest in Baja California, Mexico real estate with your US IRA.
No penalties, easy!
A real estate IRA gives you complete control over where, when and how your self-directed IRA is invested!
Real Estate IRAs provide the ability to purchase Baja real estate inside your retirement plan without taking a taxable distribution or incurring penalties. In addition, the Self-Directed IRA LLC makes Baja investing as simple and convenient as writing a check. This real estate IRA LLC can potentially save you thousands in the transaction and asset-based fees generally assessed by a custodian. Most retirement account money from IRAs, 401(k)s, and others can be diversified into potentially more secure and lucrative areas while aggressively build your retirement funds with the tax-deferred profits.
Investment options through a real estate IRA allow you to buy real estate and also invest in assets like: tax liens, personal loans, raw land, foreclosures, and more! Each of these can be purchased with the ease of writing a check and would not be subject to transaction, holding or asset-based fees.
The real estate IRA LLC enables you to:
- Purchase both nontraditional (real estate, foreign properties, mortgage notes, etc.) and traditional (stocks, bonds, etc.) investments. A great way to invest in Rosarito, Ensenada and Tijuana coastal areas in real estate.
- Invest in foreclosed properties and tax liens on the spot, or make personal loans by simply writing a check
- Buy and sell domestic, foreign, commercial, residential, and rental properties as real estate IRA investments
- Acquire Baja rental properties as an IRA investment and be your own property manager, saving money in upkeep expenses
Buy your retirement home now at today’s prices, rent it out, and then occupy it when you take your IRA distribution!
To learn how thousands have already made the real estate IRA the foundation of your financial success, click on the "Request More Information" form.