Self-Directed IRA Non-Recourse Loan

Self Directed IRA Non-Recourse Loan - A Non-Recourse Loan is loan (debt)
that is secured by a pledge of collateral, typically real property, but for which the borrower is not personally liable.

If the borrower defaults, the lender can IRA Non-Recourse Loan
seize the collateral, but the lender's
recovery is limited to the collateral.

If the property is insufficient to cover the outstanding loan balance, the difference between the value of the collateral and the loan value becomes a loss for the lender.

Self-Directed IRA may purchase investment real estate properties as another form of a tax-sheltered retirement investment.
(Please consult your tax advisor).

Using financing to purchase these investments allows for you to diversify
without tying up all of your IRA funds.

Tired of your IRA earning lousy returns
in traditional investments?

Many people have found great success in investing in real estate over the past few decades holding real estate investments within thier IRA.

Not only can you hold these investments, you can use the power of leverage through non-recourse loans to substantially increase your returns.

Minimum loan size $50,000
Debt to Income Ratio 1.20
Property needs to be near a populated area
Must be in rentable condition - minimum rehab allowed
Property requirement - minimum of 900 livable sq. ft.
Property Type: SFR, 2-4 unit Multifamily Home

Non-Recourse Loan available for commercial properties
with a minimum loan  size $750,000

Our mortgage experts can help you obtain the financing you need for your Self Directed IRA Non-Recourse Loan request.

IRA-Non-Recourse Loan Submission