Mason Hill Assists with Acquiring Income-Producing Real Estate within an IRA
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) May 28, 2010 -- Mason Hill (http://www.masonhill.com), a leader in turnkey income-producing real estate, recently enhanced its real estate investment offerings to appeal to a wider range of clients with retirement accounts. With the new 2010 regulations for Roth IRA conversions, Mason Hill has seen a significant influx of individuals who wish to capitalize on opportunities in the real estate market.
|With Mason Hill, you can acquire a deeded rental property within your IRA that cash flows every month.|
Mason Hill reports that its average IRA client earns over a 14% annual return on investment. This comes from an in-house report based on their results for 2009.
Bowen further commented that Mason Hill’s team of ERISA specialists, CPA’s and attorneys has enabled it to become a leader in turnkey real estate for the IRA market. According to Bowen, each client receives a comprehensive plan unique to their retirement needs.
Mason Hill focuses on properties in markets currently showing signs of appreciation. They acquire these properties in bulk, refurbish them, place tenants and resell them to their clients. The properties are then handled by Mason Hill’s on-site property management team for long-term cash flow.
“This is one of the best investments for someone with an IRA,” said Laura Roser, CEO and Founder. “Our clients receive all of the benefits of rental real estate without any of the hassles.”
For more detailed case studies and information about Mason Hill’s IRA program, please visit http://www.masonhill.com.
About Mason Hill:
Mason Hill (www.masonhill.com) offers a way to take advantage of the current unprecedented opportunities to acquire income-producing real estate. Mason Hill takes the effort out of finding undervalued properties, managing the properties, and determining the ideal markets in which to own property.
All information presented in this press release is accurate to the best of our knowledge. Mason Hill is not liable for any misrepresentation on this press release, on its website or in additional information given verbally or in writing relating to Mason Hill. It is the buyer's responsibility to verify all information given.
Real estate buyers should understand that if held for investment purposes, there is a risk that returns from other investment vehicles - such as a stock, bonds or other property - could be higher. Accordingly, there is no guarantee that a property purchase represents the best possible investment relative to other possible uses of a buyer's money. Buyers should consult their own investment and tax advisors about the suitability of a real estate investment for their particular needs and situations. Percentage returns are examples and are based on a combination of purchase price discounts, rental amounts, appreciation rates and other factors. This is a purchase of real estate; it is not a security.
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