Are you a real estate investor looking to use IRA funds to purchase property, but don’t have enough cash on hand to do so?
In the world of self-directed IRAs, it’s considered a prohibited transaction to get a conventional mortgage on a real estate deal because the IRA’s loan cannot be personally guaranteed. For most people, the cart stops there – but what if we told you it didn’t have to?
There is a way for investors to leverage property in an IRA through what’s called a non-recourse loan.
Joining us for this discussion is expert co-host, Josh Gilmore, who’s had a plethora of experience within the self-directed IRA and real estate investing space, including using his own account, and is well-versed on non-recourse loans.
During this conversation, we’ll answer the following frequently asked questions: