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How to Boost Your Real Estate Returns with a Self-Directed IRA

Robert Kiyosaki coined a timeless piece of wisdom in the form of this quote:

“Most people fail to realize that in life, it’s not how much money you make, it’s how much money you keep.” ~ Robert Kiyosaki

It is quite often the case when people make a lot of money but find it difficult to keep it with them.  Taxes, inflation, market movements, and mismanaged investments are among some of the common culprits.

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Should You Invest in Real Estate With Your IRA?

The financial markets have been quite finicky and lackluster over the past several years, with many stocks barely managing to break even after weathering the last financial crisis in 2008.  Pension plans have traditionally invested in stocks and bonds with a moderate to low risk appetite, but if you have been keeping track, you have seen that the returns have been and continue to be dismal.

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Stated Income Loans for Investment Property

Norada Real Estate Investments is pleased to offer our new Stated-Income Mortgage Loans, available on many of our investment properties.  These loans are available on 1-4 units properties with just a minimum mid FICO score of 650.  You can get up to 70% loan-to-value (LTV) with absolutely no personal income verification.

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How to Buy Real Estate with Your IRA

Did you know you can invest your IRA in real estate? Like many people you might have heard about this before but are not quite sure how it can be done.  I’ll walk you through the simple three-step process and how it works.

The good news is it’s simple and easy.  Following this process allows you to gain control over your retirement account and invest in assets you want to invest in.  Let’s walk through each of the three steps one at a time.

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