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Using a Self-Directed IRA to Invest in Secured and Unsecured Notes

At NuView Trust, private lending, including secured notes like mortgages with real estate collateral, has become one of our fastest growing segments of self-directed IRA funds. The ability of the lender and borrower to set their own terms and collateral together with the speed of NuView’s funding can result in significant advantages for both parties.

Private Lending with your Self-Directed IRA

Types of Private Loans

Secured Notes – Backed by collateral, providing the lender increased assurance of return on the loan amount and interest. The most common form of collateral for a secured note is real estate. However, notes can also be secured by non-real estate assets.

Unsecured Notes – Not backed by collateral, but you might consider an unsecured note for a friend or a non-disqualified relative. Remember, unsecured notes almost always present a higher risk, though sometimes for a higher reward, than secured notes.

Issuing-a-Loan Process

  1. Set up and fund a self-directed account with NuView Trust
  2. Identify a borrower and together determine the loan terms including any collateral
  3. Submit a Purchase Authorization and the loan documentation to NuView

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