Posts Tagged 'Self directed Real Estate IRA’s'

Speed-Up Retirement Fund Growth Using Self Directed Real Estate IRA’s

Posted on: January 20, 2011

Categories: Buy, Ideas, Investors, Other Articles, Profit

Author: lbuen

With the tremendous earning potential in real estate investing and the velocity of money with which one can rake in earnings doing this business, financial freedom and early retirement could just be on the horizon for many successful real estate investors. If you are one of them, then perhaps, the forecast that Social Security may no longer be able to pay full benefits in the years to come as it is about to run a negative cash flow by the year 2017 is none of your concern. It may not even matter to you if you cannot yet avail of tax-free distributions from your IRA. However, a savvy real estate investor like you can make use of your expertise to accelerate the growth of your IRA. This is through self directed real estate IRA’s.

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Crossing Over From Real Estate Investing To Private Money Lending

Posted on: January 19, 2011

Categories: Investors, Other Articles, Profit

Author: lbuen

Why Try Private Money Lending?

To Extinguish an Impending Burnout. While you push your way in the real estate investing arena, do you sometimes wish you could slow down and slack off from the frenzy of scouring for handyman specials, hammering away rehabs and hawking your wares? Were there times you wish you can just call for a time-out, watch the game from the sidelines and hand out water to the thirsty players? If you are feeling this way, why not consider crossing over to the other side and try your hand at private money lending.

To Satiate Curiosity and Spur Growth. Let’s say you have considerable amount of capitalization as a successful real estate investor who has been around the block for some time.You have stabilized your finances after several flips… Read the rest

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