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Want to Invest in Real Estate but Don’t Want the Hassle or Don’t Have the Funds? Try Crowdfunding.

With the dawn of the Internet, the idea came about to get a group of investors whose only commonality was a high net worth and that they execute their investment searches by electronic communication. This is how crowd funding came about.

Triggering UDFI in a Partnership

Most of you are probably familiar with the Unrelated Debt Finance Income (UDFI) rules, which apply any time a retirement account has “acquisition indebtedness” on a given asset, or in plain English, anytime the retirement account uses leverage to purchase an asset.

Insuring Your Investment

Buying property as an investment is one of the most popular reasons that clients seek out the Check Book IRA.

Crowd Funding

A Great Way for the Novice Investor to get in on the Real Estate Boom.

Everyday, I talk to people who want to jump in the real estate market to get higher returns on their IRA or Solo 401(k) investments. The Checkbook IRA and Solo 401(k) are perfect vehicles for this.

Can I Buy Foreign Real Estate with a Self-Directed Solo 401(k)?

One of the advantages of the Solo 401(k) is the ability to buy real estate in a foreign country. The problem with buying property in another country is that every jurisdiction has its own rules and regulations. In some cases, you have to be a member of a local corporation, or a domestic corporation if you are a foreigner. Some cases, the corporation has to have, possibly, a local attorney. Every country has its own rules. And it is nearly impossible to use your retirement plan if there is a custodian or trustee involved.