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Self-Directed IRAs: Investing in Real Estate with Your IRA and 401(k)

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Did you realize a 30% loss in one year, requires a 43% rate of return the next, just to get your account value back to where you started?  If I told you that you don’t have to pass up all the opportunities in real estate simply because you haven’t got the cash or credit, what would you say?  If I told you about an untapped asset within your IRA and previous 401(k) plan that can be used to invest in real estate, would you believe me?  This video with Mick Hersh of Security Trust Company will help your understand the power of your IRA and overcome misconceptions that keep you from looking at investing in real estate.

People who own IRAs, 401(k)s and other similar retirement accounts believe that the only think they can invest in for their retirements in bank CDs, stocks, bonds and mutual funds.  With this belief, they ball up in fear, not wanting to open their statements and hoping that the economy would bounce back.

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If you’d like to discuss your IRA transfer or possibly rollover over your previous 401(k) to a self-directed IRA, please contact us @ 708.686.2000 x10 or email [email protected]

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