Commercial Real Estate Transaction Using Your IRA

[photopress:pensco_trust_logo_200x150_1.jpg,thumb,alignright]For those of you who listen in on the Pensco Webinars, this week’s promises to be outstanding as Jim Wilson discusses commercial investing with Self Directed Retirement accounts. You can use your self directed IRA’s or 401K’s or the new Solo 401K to buy apartment buildings and/or take part in development projects, purchase blocks of pre-built housing developments, etc. This company produces webinars and seminars that are always top notch.

Webinar Date: Wednesday, April 4th, 2007 Webinar Time: 11 a.m. PDT / 12 p.m. MST / 1 p.m. CST / 2 p.m. EST

Topics Include:

  • How to Perform Due Diligence When Buying Investment Properties
  • How to Lend Your IRA to Developers
  • Get safety first preferred positions in development and re-development projects like small shopping centers.
  • Triple-Net Lease Considerations
  • How to Get into Larger Projects with Less Money
  • How to Get Mailbox Money for Your IRA

Directions for participating in this ‘Wednesday Webinar’:

Webinar Telephone Number: 1-212-990-8000 Participant 4-Digit PIN Code: 2090 #

This is my participant number. If you’d like to register and get your own number so you can listen, go to and go to the webinar information on the right.


2 thoughts on “Commercial Real Estate Transaction Using Your IRA

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