Self-Directed IRA Services at Central Ohio Real Estate Investment LLC are FREE!
Investor’s custodian or broker may charge fees, but Central Ohio Real Estate Investment LLC will not.
Why pay self directed IRA custodians or brokers an outlandish fee?
When Central Ohio Real Estate Investment LLC pays you a return on all notes, without any fees.
All notes have an LTV of 50%.
Self-directed IRA services can be associated with all sorts of fees. There is usually an initial set-up fee for a self-directed IRA account. Most custodians or brokers charge an annual renewal fee. The ongoing costs vary, but can add up, shrinking your net ROI.
Central Ohio Real Estate Investment LLC does not charge any fees whatsoever. We sell Franklin County Notes. We buy distressed Franklin County Properties, remodel the investment properties to neighborhood ARV, and get them performing ( cash flowing at least $200.00 a month net cash flow). We then sell a note and mortgage with a LTV of 50% or less.
All the Franklin County notes and mortgages are secured by the newly remodeled Central Ohio property. We provide an appraisal for every Columbus Ohio Asset we create a note and mortgage on. A lenders title insurance policy is written for every loan that is funded.
Self-directed IRA services provided by Central Ohio Real Estate Investment LLC is a great option to fund your Self-directed IRA Account without the self-directed IRA services fee.
The Outlook of Central OH Real Estate
According to a Columbus Dispatch Article, posted Jul 5, 2018 at 9:09 AM and written by Jim Weiker, The Columbus Ohio Real Estate Market is the 2nd hottest city market in the nation.
Central Ohio is on track to become a region of 3 million people by 2050, according to the latest population estimates from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC). In 2018, MORPC estimates that the region saw an increase of 43,000 residents. This equates on average to 118 people coming into the region each day. The region’s total population is now estimated to be 2.4 million people. Franklin County accounted for seventy percent (1.3 million) of the regional population increase, gaining nearly 30,000 residents, an additional 82 new residents per day.
The reason for the growth is due to a sustainable way of life that delivers a range of transportation options, affordable housing options, and ensures all residents have opportunities for economic success.
An article written Dec 13, 2018, 7:35am EST by Tristan Navera – Staff reporter, Columbus Business First. Titled
“Columbus ‘not even coming close’ to meeting housing needs, report finds, hurting our competitiveness”
Said “Columbus needs to build nearly half a million new housing units by 2050 if it wants to keep up with projected population growth. “I love this city and I’ll never move, but the limitations on density that builders are encumbered with here are making it impossible for housing developers to meet the level of demand.” Click Here for full article
Central Ohio Real Estate is in demand as the population grows. That demand is driving the Columbus Ohio Housing Market prices up making the notes and mortgages more valuable.