Buying Real Estate in Your IRA: Good Idea, or Bad?- Season 6: Episode 5
Maybe you’ve noticed that real estate prices have been soaring over the past year or so. And with the stock market gains we’ve experienced over that same period of time, you may have also seen a similar increase in the balances of your existing IRAs.
This has caused some people to wonder: if I want to buy real estate now, but I’ve only got my IRA funds available to do so, is it a good idea to buy real estate in my IRA, since that’s where my money is?
In this week’s episode of Managing Your Financial Future, host Johnny Dean and his guest, “Professor” Rick Plum, CFP® discuss the benefits of owning real estate personally versus in an IRA, and how you may be able to use those funds without the headache and hassle of having your IRA own it. Tune in and find out more!
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