Mastering the Art of Being a Private Money Lender - IRA Club
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Mastering the Art of Being a Private Money Lender

As a private money lender in a fluctuating real estate market, it’s crucial to understand how to effectively underwrite and approve your loans. This webinar is designed to equip you with the knowledge you need to confidently lend to investors.

January 30th, 2024 1:00 PM CT 

Paul Lamnatos

Chairman and CEO
Blink Lending
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Ramez Fakhoury

Vice President
IRA Club
Free PDF download of our Lender Closing Documents (what our borrowers sign) - feel free to use when lending your money!

Upcoming Live

January 30th, 2024 1:00 pm ct 

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In 2008

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1 Billion
in Assets

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Dedicated Staff

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Glove Service

Here’s What You’ll Learn


Discover why credit scores are more than just numbers


Learn the importance of verifying your client’s income


Understand the process of qualifying available liquid assets


Interest rates, origination points, and allowable fees

What to bring: lunch and an appetite for knowledge! Invite a likeminded friend, colleague, or family member. Your preferred device to take notes. Who should come: new and experienced real estate Investors, Real Estate Professionals, Realtors, Wholesalers, Private Money Lenders, Hard Money Lenders, Contractors, Business Owners, Asset Managers, and anyone who wants to learn about real estate investing

Meet The Experts

Ever since we opened our doors over 15 years ago, we’ve helped thousands of people just like you secure their financial future. Meet the experts you’ll be hearing from:

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Blink Lending

Paul Lamnatos

Paul Lamnatos is Chief Lending Concierge/Managing Member at Blink Lending in addition to a fourth-generation real estate investor.

With commercial and residential properties both domestic and abroad, Paul understands the ins and outs of real estate investing.

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Vice President

Ramez Fakhoury

As an entrepreneur with a rich background spanning over two decades, Ramez is deeply commited to education and inspiring individuals, empowering them to venture beyond conventional paths and diversify their investments through the power of self-direction.

IRA Club Benefits

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FDIC Insured

IRA/401(k) cash is FDIC insured

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Flat Fee Structure

Flat fees and straightforward pricing

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Free IRA Reports

Free annual IRA tax reporting
(RMDs, 1099-R, 5498, 5500 forms)

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Investors Row

Explore alternative investment opportunities

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Concierge Service

Friendly, White Glove service

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Educational Resources

Up-to-date educational resources on IRS regulations

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the most common Self-Directed IRA questions. Have others?
Sign up for our webinar and ask us live!

IRA Club provides a way for people like you to fully utilize the benefits of Self-Directed IRAs, leading to a wider range of investments and potential for better returns.

It’s an IRA that gives you more choices for where you want to invest your money, not just in regular stocks or bonds.

Self-Directed IRAs were passed by Congress back in 1974. Alternative IRA investments have always been allowed by the IRS, however, many IRA companies have placed artificial restrictions on IRA owners over the years. Self-Directed IRAs are not well known because most banks and brokerage firms prefer traditional investments.

It’s easy to make investments with a Self-Directed IRA. Once you find your investment and provide money to the seller, you will receive proof that your Self-Directed IRA is the new owner. It can be in the form of a bill of sale, title, deed, or simply a statement identifying your Self-Directed IRA as the asset’s new owner. The main difference is that the name on the title (or other documents) is the name of your Self-Directed IRA and not your name as an individual.

Yes. The most common way for an IRA to buy an asset is to pay cash. However, there may be times when an alternative method of payment is practical.

Maximum Contributions for 2023:

Under age 50 – $7,000
Age 50 and over – $8,000