Multiplying assets while minimizing risk is the end-goal for a pair of programs to be offered by Florida's Treasure Coast Capital Trust and Jordan Capital Finance.
Both initiatives—a Self-Directed IRA (SD-IRA) program and a Non Recourse Loan program—are designed to allow investors to diversify their retirement fund capital in order to grow wealth faster than traditional accounts permit.
The SD-IRA steers investors through the conversion of their retirement accounts into a IRA that is structured to have much more flexibility, enabling individuals to invest in a variety of income-producing projects or products.
In contrast, the Non Recourse Loan program accomplishes the same goal while mitigating the amount of risk normally associated with initial outlay. With a Non Recourse loan, the investment itself is used as collateral, minimizing risk to one’s personal assets. Borrowed funds can be used in turn for further investment.
Profits can be tax-deferred or tax-free. Investors can qualify for a Non Recourse Loan through Jordan Capital and leverage their funds for further ventures.
Treasure Coast Capital Trust was founded in 2011 by Chris T. Delaney, a wealth management and real estate investment specialist seeking to diversify clients' portfolios using alternative investments as a safeguard. It has offices in Vero Beach, Florida and New York City.
Jordan Capital Finance was established in 2012 by CEO Mark Filler. Dedicated to helping real estate investors increase profits and build wealth, JCF prides itself on a reputation of reliability, consistency and transparency. Its offices are in Northbrook, Illinois.
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