The merger between IRA Association of America and Real Estate IRA School taps into a vein of synergy and shared values.
Marysville, WA: A merger between IRA Association of America and Real Estate IRA School will give realtors and CPAs across America a chance to learn the art of using retirement accounts to transact in real estate, mortgage notes, private companies, and other non-traditional assets.
“The merger stems from a great sense of synergy between our own activities and those of the School,” says Jeff Nabers, Founder of IRAAA. “We’re very excited to work with Jeffrey Moormeier, who has such vast experience in this field.”
Real Estate IRA School, started and owned by Jeffrey Moormeier, teaches real estate agents the art of purchasing real estate using a retirement account and sometimes even including the leverage of mortgage financing. Moormeier has taught the class for over three years to hundreds of agents, and the course carries continuing education credits in the states of Washington and Oregon. Moormeier himself has been involved in over 100 transactions.
IRAAA (available online at www.iraaa.org) will take the School’s activities further, expanding it across the United States. All courses will carry continuing education credits for realtors, and from 2007, for CPAs as well. The School will expand operations into California, Texas, Nevada, South Carolina and Florida early next year.
“The School and the IRAAA are a natural fit, with their combined focus on creating a network of educated professionals specializing in non-traditional retirement account investment,” says Moormeier. “There’s a lot of investor interest out there in retirement accounts that don’t restrict investment options to the stock market. We can’t single-handedly help all these people, so we are excited to be building the network of professionals who can.”