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<<<<more importantly, the IRA cannot be a borrower, so your account needs to be big enough to buy the property outright and fund all repairs, etc..>>>>

"I have read that this is not true. An IRA can borrow to purchase RE."

Not in any IRS document or story cited to lawful authority that I have read.

I respectfully suggest that you might be recalling incorrectly, or if you are reaclling correctly, whatever you read was incorrect in its advise.

Regards, JAFO

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