Self-Directed Retirement Accounts
Investors with individual retirement accounts can increase the size of their Self-Directed Retirement Account funds by using them for strategic real estate investments. A Self-Directed Retirement Account owner makes an investment decision on behalf of the retirement plan. The Internal Revenue Service requires the owner to have either a qualified trustee or custodian hold the asset on behalf of the owner. Generally, the trustee for the owner of a self-directed individual retirement account will maintain the assets, all transactions and other records pertaining to them. Most Self-Directed IRA custodians will permit their clients to engage in a wide variety of investments including real estate. Texas MFI has relationships built with several custodians and can help you grow your retirement account through the use of multifamily investing.