Why Real Estate Is “Where the Money Is”

Estimated reading time: 1 minutes, 16 seconds

According to urban legend, prolific American bank robber “Slick” Willie Sutton said that he robbed banks “because that’s where the money is.” Sutton reportedly stole upwards of $2 million over his career.

Finding the money is the key to success in any industry, and there is an enormous, relatively unknown tax-advantaged investment resource that savvy investors can tap into using retirement funds.

Close to six trillion dollars is held in the combined Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) of 47 million American households, and all of this cash is available for real estate investment. Depending on the type of IRA held, there may be no tax on the earnings. It doesn’t take a fortune to invest in real estate with your IRA, either!

As a real estate developer and entrepreneur, Matt Jennings, the Co-Founder and CEO of Kingdom Trust, certainly knows a thing or two about real estate investing. In a new white paper titled “Where the Money Is,” he discusses the lack of awareness about real estate investing among individual investors and REALTORS® and how you can use a Self-Directed IRA via a qualified custodian like Kingdom Trust to invest in real estate properties, contracts and options. He also explains how real estate professionals might take advantage of this opportunity.

Read more in this exclusive white paper.


Visit our Real Estate IRA page for more information, including videos, a PDF account application and a real estate investment checklist.

Ready to open an Real Estate IRA with Kingdom Trust? Click the Open My Account button at the bottom of this page to get started!

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