We’re back to continue our conversation about self-directed IRAs.

Welcome back to part two of my discussion with Mike Todd from IRA Innovations, where we’re rounding out our conversation about self-directed IRAs. Last time, we talked about how real estate is an excellent investment alternative to the stock market in terms of forming a retirement plan. Today we’re diving deeper into the topic by talking about funding your IRA with cash, private lending practices, and real estate investments.

Follow along in the video above or use the timestamps below to navigate the video at your leisure:

0:00 — Introduction

0:22 — Private lending and IRAs

1:26 — Non-recourse loans

2:03 — The difference between conforming and non-conforming loans

3:25 — An example of a self-directed IRA

5:52 — The advantages self-directed IRAs bring

6:30 — Conclusion

Hopefully this video gave you some helpful insight. If you have any other questions about self-directed IRAs, retirement plans, or real estate investing, don’t hesitate to call or email us. We’d love to hear from you.