Every year more investors turn to real estate as a way to diversify their retirement portfolios. Everything from pre-construction, condominiums, and rental properties to rehabs, lease options, and raw land are held inside of tax-advantaged IRAs and 401(k) plans. With (typically) annually growing contribution limits and over 3 trillion dollars currently held in retirement plans across the country, investors are now able to look beyond the realm of stocks and mutual funds to assets like real property.
Though investors continue to become more sophisticated in their real estate transactions, undeveloped land remains a favorite among IRA investors for a few reasons. One of the main appeals is the simplicity with which raw land provides investors the opportunity to diversify into real estate, without the headaches of property upkeep.
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