Irwin Properties, LLC
Irwin Properties, LLC where one stop does it all........
Apartment Rental Buy Houses Home Sales
Are your investements keeping up with inflation?
Are your investements insured?
Are your investements secured by real eastate?
If you are like the majority of the people you were sold on the theory of investing in a 401k, tax free, now, while you are in a high tax bracket, and take out the returns, and pay taxes, later, when you are in a lower tax bracket. That is what is known as paying taxes on the crop not the seed. Wouldn't you rather pay taxes on the seed and get the crop tax free?
That is the benefit of real estate investing using a Self Directed Roth IRA.
The basics, you transfer money into a Self Directed Roth IRA, you then
direct Irwin Properties, LLC to use the money to purchase distressed or
income producing property. All of the expenses (purchase, repairs, taxes,
insurance, management fees, etc.) are taken from the Self Directed Roth
IRA and all of the profits (rents and or proceedes from the sale of the
property) are placed into the Roth Self Directed IRA
Wealth is not created by making more money, it is created by keeping more of what you make.
For example: We use your Roth Self Directed IRA to purchase an income producing property (4-plex) for $58,500.00, taxes, insurance, repairs and management fees are approximately $4,000.00/year. Rents total $15,540.00/year. This example would place $11,540.00/year, TAX FREE, into your Self Directed Roth IRA. This is approximately a 19 3/4% return on investment. This is not just an example, it is the actual numbers from a property we had purchased.
If you still have questions we would like to sit down with you and discuss any questions or concerns you may have.
You may contact us at 814-425-8340
After Rehab appraised for $73,500 (100% ROI)
Distressed Property purchase and rehab $36,000
Sell a Home
Buy a Home
If you would like more information on becoming an investor please complete the form to the right and you will be contacted by one of our professionals.
Where can I get money to invest?
Are you paying taxes on the seed or the crop?