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Seminars

According to the Federal Government (HUD):
"Enroll in a homeownership counseling course and use an agent or broker. Look for an exclusive buyer agent, if possible, who will have your interests at heart..."
Source: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
( ABC'S of buying a home pamphlet)
This was translated via the internet, so please understand that some of the phrases may not be accurate.
¡Esto es un hecho - los compradores Cultos se hacen más de casa para su dinero!
Si le gustara registrarse para nuestro seminario libre, chasquido AQUÍ para registrarse para nuestro siguiente Seminario. Nuestros seminarios son diseñados para la gente, justo como usted, que a gustaría comprar una casa y ahorrar el DINERO.

Free First Time Home Buyer Seminar

Free First Time Home Buyer Seminar

(Buy a home with zero down)

This fast-paced, comprehensive 3 hour seminar provides information on the following topics:

*Benefits of homeownership
*Importance of being represented
*Getting qualified & several loan options
*Bank repo's - the pros & cons
*Credit repair or alternative credit options
*Title & Escrow Officer

Educated buyers get more home for their money!

If you would like to register for our free seminar, click HERE to register for our next Seminar. Our seminars are designed for people, just like you, who would like to buy a home and save money. This seminar will cover everything you need to know about buying a home:

*Buyer agency - homebuying process
*Buying a home with no money down
*Buying bank, VA and HUD repo's
*City, State & Federal grants
*Credit & income & requirements
*Home inspection & insurance
*Title & escrow procedures
*and much more

Free Real Estate Investing Seminar

The Buyer's Agent is proud to sponsor this free, no-obligation 1 hour seminar and welcome Mark Hodges (real estate and 1031 attorney) via conference call. The seminar will be held right here in Yakima at THE BUYER'S AGENT.

Please call 509-930-2000 to register, or email: daniel@happyhomebuyer.com

FREE Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2XDx9_XITI

FULLY SELF-DIRECTED IRA’s & 401(k)’s open the way to investment alternatives beyond the limited fare of stocks, bonds and mutual funds. With alternatives comes freedom:

Freedom to participate in the full spectrum of available investment options and the real diversification of one’s retirement plan (Real Choice); Freedom to venture outside of conventional investment constraints and determine one’s own independent course of action (Real Control); and Freedom to rely upon one’s own experience, knowledge and decision-making (and that of trusted advisors, as appropriate) when pursuing unique investment opportunities (Real Trust).

"TAKING WALL STREET BACK TO MY STREET"

Take control of your financial future with a
“Fully” Self-Directed IRA or 401(k)

“Standard” IRA’s and 401(K)’s. Millions of Americans invest in their financial future through standard IRA’s and 401(k)’s. Like all retirement accounts, they serve as tax-favored savings vehicles. A standard IRA or 401(k), however, typically limits your investment choices to stocks, bonds, mutual funds or CD’s. Even when labeled as “self-directed”, standard IRA’s/401(k)’s confine your options to the usual fare offered by the conventional investment community (e.g.- stocks, bonds, mutual funds or CD’s).

Where do these limits on your investment choices emanate from? Since 1975, when the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”) went into effect, the law has allowed IRA’s and 401(k)’s to invest in the full spectrum of available assets including, for example, real estate, private loans, private businesses, and precious metals. The regulatory framework governing retirement plans does, however, identify narrow exceptions, like collectibles and alcoholic beverages, that are off-limits to IRA’s and 401(k)’s. (See, “Prohibited Assets”).

How is it, then, that your standard IRA/401(k) accounts are confined to stocks, bonds, mutual funds and CD’s? Standard retirement accounts are designed and controlled by conventional investment firms, banks, custodians and/or administrators. These entities operate through entrenched arrangements whereby your investment dollars are automatically channeled into products and services sold and managed by the same firms who design and service your retirement plans. This is a closed system that serves the established investment community well.

As long as you are content with others controlling your investment choices (or don’t realize that alternatives exist), your investment dollars will simply re-circulate through the standard channels and produce the standard results. Once you recognize, however, that “alternative” investment options often provide superior retirement strategies and returns, it is time for you to take the helm of your financial future with a “fully” self-directed IRA or 401(k).

“Fully” self-directed IRA’s and 401(k)’s. “Fully” self-directed IRA’s and 401(k)’s afford you the opportunity to participate in the full spectrum of available investment choices. By wresting control of your retirement plan from the conventional investment powers, you become captain of your financial future.

You are now free to align your retirement plan strategies and investment choices with your personal financial objectives. Buying real estate, making private loans, funding a start-up business (even yours), capitalizing privately-held companies, precious metals, international holdings, equipment leasing, commodities, futures, etc. are just a sampling of the investment options now available to your “fully” self-directed account. It’s time to liberate your standard retirement plan from the confines of standard investment “choices” by opening a “fully” self-directed IRA or 401(k) with RealTrust.