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Using 401K Accounts to Buy Real Estate Now Easier at Florida Investment Company

May 30, 2014

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 30, 2014

Real estate sales in the investment industry are most often completed with cash or third party financing in the U.S. market. The company is now providing more opportunities for investors using 401K accounts to buy real estate through revised turnkey programs this year.

The use of retirement accounts to enter the housing market is one of the newest trends taking place in several key real estate areas in the United States. Retirees or others with variations of a 401K account are now using this alternative cash source due partly to shortages in financing or direct cash flow.

"We instruct new investors how to buy property to use as a source of rental income through our investing sessions that can be scheduled for our programs," said a JWB Real Estate Capital source.

The 401K investing approach is one that is available for the turnkey homes for sale although other sources of funds are still accepted. The branching out into different monetary sources is helping some investors new to the market to make safer investments to minimize risks of investment losses.

"With our turnkey approach, we provide a direct source of monthly income that stems from the tenants renting our properties prior to the actual closing of a sale," said the source.

The JBW Real Estate Capital company has added information about its new investing sessions to the website this year for direct access by international investing clients. The current investing packages written for new investors are available for immediate download upon website access.


The company supports national investors who are seeking faster routes to enter the real estate market to increase portfolio earnings annually. This company has built hundreds of homes now used as turnkey rental homes. The company is based in Jacksonville, Florida and offers direct client support from its website. New housing teams been assembled to provide investing sessions or other services for its investment programs in place.

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