Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Unraveling the Mystery of Investing in Notes inside Self-Directed IRAs

Buying Notes Secured by Deeds of Trusts or Mortgages

What does that mean?  What are the benefits of buying notes?  How can you get started?  Our guest describes it as “Dancing between property and paper.”  Dawn Rickabaugh is the owner of NQ Capital (NoteQueen.com), a small, family-operated investment company that buys both property and paper.  She buys seller-financed notes across the country and helps others get started investing in promissory notes secured by deeds of trust, too.  She also buys & sells real estate in Carson City, Nevada (Reno-Tahoe area), and consults in real estate transactions that involve owner financing.  

Investing in Notes Inside Self-Directed IRAs or 401(k)s

Self-Directed IRA and Individual 401(k) Plan account owners have become increasingly frustrated with Wall Street.  Real estate investors want to invest in what they know, understand, and love – real estate.  And yet, so many IRA Custodians only allow stocks, bonds, and mutual funds as investment vehicles.  

Investors want options, choices, especially when it comes to real estate.  Investing in promissory notes secured by real estate – often referred to as buying paper – inside of a Self-Directed IRA and Individual 401(k) Plan is one such option.  You can buy and invest in real estate, deeds of trust, mortgages, promissory notes and other “paper” inside Self-Directed IRAs and Individual 401(k) Plans.  Join Dawn Rickabaugh and host Bill Exeter as they unravel this mystery today! 
Email your Self-Directed IRA and Individual 401(k) Plan questions to ASK@exeterco.com and we’ll address them in our next episode.

Investing in Promissory Notes Secured by Deeds of Trust and Mortgages Inside a Self-Directed IRA or Individual 401(k) Plan

Next Episode of Go Ahead, ASK! Podcast 

Join us on the next episode of Go Ahead, ASK Podcast as we unravel the mystery of investing in Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) as replacement property options for 1031 Exchanges.  You can email your Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) questions to ASK@exeterco.com or call (619) 239-3091 and we'll cover them on the Podcast. 

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