Savvy Investors Take Advantage of Real Estate Downturn Using Self-Directed IRA’s

December 16, 2009 by  
Filed under Private Money Lending

Investors are learning how to take advantage of the economic downturn using a private real estate fund in their IRA’s. A one-time-only live web event will explain how one company built a private, compliant fund to provide a fixed rate of return, dividend yields, and equity in performing and insured properties, to be potentionally tax-sheltered within an IRA.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 14, 2009 — Co-hosted by Entrust New Directions IRA and CM Yates Capital, the webinar will focus on alternatives to the rollercoaster ride of financial markets, taking advantage of both the upside and downside of today’s real estate markets. Real estate entrepreneur Chris Yates, President of CM Yates Capital returns as presenter. Yates and Entrust have partnered before for a popular series of webinars (replays available at www.cmyatescapital.com).


Chris Yates has become the first-choice resource for conservative investors alarmed at the diminishing returns on their more traditional investments. Having completed due diligence to meet securities regulations, CM Yates Inc. now operates a private investment fund showing strong returns with capital spread over a portfolio of properties to maximize return. Yates will explain his compliant fund in this new webinar. He will discuss how his fund gives him the ability to respond instantly to market changes and take advantage of significant cash-flow opportunities. The Yates fund provides a fixed rate of return for consistent cash flow, dividend yields for additional gain, and the security of real equity in performing and insured properties, possibly tax-sheltered within an IRA. The CM Yates fund has never been offered as a general solicitation, and Yates teams with Entrust to share this information in an educational format to provide investors with alternative strategies that they will not find elsewhere. Additional information on the fund concept is available at www.cmyatescapital.com where there is a registration link for the webinar, and replays available for those unable to join the webinar live.


Self-directed IRA administrators have praised the exceptional out-of-the-box simplicity of the CM Yates model. Financial instruments involving real estate are becoming much more common, but investors need expert guidance to avoid legal and tax consequences. Yates consistently shares his knowledge at seminars and events, through private coaching, and through his blog at www.cmyatesnews.com.

Chris Yates is no stranger to center stage, having often been featured in national and international media. Chosen as the current “Master Investor” in Personal Real Estate Investor magazine (Nov/Dec’09,) he has been widely praised for the elegant simplicity of his investment models. PREI Publisher Andrew Waite sites the Yates model that reduces investor risk, and discusses the compliant fund that Yates uses and teaches to other investors. Chosen for the cover of Nov/Dec ’09 Personal Real Estate Investor, Yates’ career path is highlighted in the feature article titled “From Bootstraps to Brilliance.” The magazine is on newsstands now.

The live webinar will be held on Thursday, December 17, 2009 at 6pm MST

Registration for the live event can be found at http://cmyatesnews.com

A video replay will be available at http://cmyatescapital.com




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