Explore Your Land Investment Options

Not sure what your next steps should be when it comes to buying property?

Check out some of the most common and easy-to-manage land investment options supported by Great Lakes Land Company.

Enhance Your Life & Finances By Buying Land

Did you know you may be able to use your retirement plan to buy property to build your dream home?

Suppose you have funds sitting in a low-earning savings account. In that case, you can diversify your portfolio, defer capital gains tax, increase your return on investment, and generate more annual revenue by buying land.

It’s considered an investment.

Get the best bang for your retirement buck with the world’s oldest and safest long-term investment… Land!

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Land Investment IRA

Are you looking to invest in real estate, but don’t have the cash on hand to purchase property in the traditional way?

A Land Investment IRA might be the perfect solution for you.

With a Self-Directed IRA or Roth IRA, you’re not limited to traditional stocks and bonds. Instead, you can purchase land as an investment and diversify your retirement portfolio.

A Land Investment IRA allows you to invest in undeveloped land using your retirement savings. You can use your IRA funds to purchase raw property and develop it without having to worry about paying taxes or penalties on the distributions. Plus, you can take advantage of low-interest rates and other tax benefits of investing in real estate.

Holding land in your IRA can be a little bit confusing, but we work directly with private investment firms that can walk you through it and make it easy for you.

If you’re looking for a way to invest in real estate without having to pay taxes or penalties, get in touch with us today to discuss how a land development IRA can work for you.

1031 Exchange

If you have underperforming funds in a retirement account, are selling some investment real estate, or are just looking to turbocharge your return on investment, a 1031 exchange may be the answer!

A 1031 Exchange, also known as a like-kind exchange, allows investors to purchase real estate without paying taxes on the sale of their previous property. The deal allows taxpayers to defer the capital gains tax liability due on the sale of the first property by reinvesting the sale proceeds in another property.

Using a 1031 Exchange, you can swap one piece of property for another to shelter capital gains tax.

Investing in real estate with a 1031 Exchange allows you to take advantage of numerous benefits. You can defer capital gains, avoid paying taxes on investment income and reduce your overall tax burden. Plus, you can use the proceeds from the sale of your first property to purchase a more expensive property or diversify your investments.

If you’re considering investing in real estate, a 1031 Exchange may be the perfect solution for you. Give us a call for more information, and consult your CPA or investment counselor for further advice, as certain conditions and guidelines do apply.

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