Buying A Property With An Investment Account

Real Estate Agent with Windermere Van Vleet

Buying A Property With An Investment Account may be what you are looking for.

A lot of people don't know this but you may be able to buy a piece of property with your investment account and not be charged taxes, fees or interest!

There are many different types of accounts as well as the companies that hold them. If you have a IRA, 401K, etc then call them (or your financial advisor) to see.

Many times you will be allowed to pull money from the account for your down payment on the property! Sometimes you may be charged interest, or certain fees, taxes, and so on - or not at all! It all depends on the account you hold and the limitations/allowances you have.

For other financing options, give me a call - THE BEST REALTOR IN MEDFORD OREGON and see what works best for your situation.

CHERYL MALONE - Real Estate Broker

Windermere Investors Marketplace


Remember, the first step in buying a home is to get pre-qualified on a home loan. Sellers do not like to deal with buyers who might not qualify. There are plenty of different options out there (even other 100% financing options). To do this, I recommend you call the BEST LENDER IN MEDFORD, OR:

DAVID DUBEAU - Loan Officer

Sterling Savings Bank


Once you are pre-qualified, "Lets go shopping!"

As always, your comments are welcome!


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Comments (1)

Rob Lang
At Home Kansas - Shawnee, KS
Local Expert in NE Central Kansas Real Estate Home

Thank you for sharing this. I hope someone finds exactly what they're looking for here.

Jul 07, 2011 11:34 AM