Remember, additional real estate can be purchased in your SDIRA in combination with a mortgage loan when an all-cash purchase is not possible. However the results may change.
The amount of rental income will vary based on amount of the down payment, interest rate and the mortgage loan which will reduce the net rental income by the amount of the mortgage principal and interest payment.
Below is a table demonstrating the growth yielding 8.8%* after the reinvestment of the Rental Income Account Value from 3 typical homes over a ten-year span.
|Annual Gain on
|Accumulated Account Value
After Investment Yield
Past performance is no guarantee of future results
On 3 homes at an initial purchase of $140,000 each, totaling $420,000. Your total gain:
|$1,024,036||Rental income and appreciation for a 12-year period|
|$ 137,513||Gain on rental income investment after 12 years|
|$ 1,161,549||Total account value gain to your IRA|
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