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Can an IRA be used to invest in trust deeds?

Absolutely and this is a great question.  The Norris Group actively places funds from IRAs, Self Directed IRAs, and Roth IRAs. The 9% program is ideal for IRAs simply because of the fees often associated with investing out of an IRA. The 9% program mimics a fixed income product.  It’s much better suited for those who don’t want to worry about constantly placing funds. With the 9% trust deed investing program, the investor receives a monthly payment. Or, if a trust deed investor is using their IRA, their IRA receives the monthly payment.

Since the investment is on a property that will be fixed, rented, and cash flows, this is an excellent investment for an IRA. The trust deed is brokered at 60% loan-to-value (LTV) making it low risk.View Post

Please contact your plan representative as all IRAs have different rules and regulations. Some require a minimum amount to be present in order to invest in a vehicle like a trust deed investment. All companies we work with specialize in self-directed IRAs.

A few IRA companies the Norris Group has worked with in the past include:

  1. Entrust
  2. Lincoln Trust (formerly Fiserv)
  3. Equity Trust Company

There are some wonderful resources on this subject. Hubert Bromma, President of Entrust, as well as his wife, Lisa Bromma, write extensively on the subject. Here are some recommended book on the subject:

  1. How to Invest in Real Estate With Your IRA and 401K & Pay Little or No Taxes, Hubert Bromma
  2. How to Make Money in Alternative Investments, Hubert and Lisa Bromma

    These titles only represent two available books by the Bromma’s and they have several as well as a very wonderful web site. Hugh was also interview on our radio show in 2009.

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