Are you ready to move your super funds into property? Super investors have been flooding into the property market in a bid for better returns, buying direct property the old fashioned way with a mix of their Self-Managed Super Funds and bank financing. In fact, banks are hungry to lend to SMSF buyers, but they have been much slower to re-open the purse for property developers.
Now a new model allows everyday investors to take advantage of this need and utilise their Superannuation Funds in order to safely, and simply, make property development profits.
This webinar will explain why having a bank involved in a property development actually creates a fundamental disharmony, and how the internet is making it easier for superannuation capital to make simple profit without the use of debt.
Join former CEO of ME Bank and now Director of SMSF Property Australia Anthony Wamsteker and Marc Withnall, Development Manager at SMSF Property Australia, on this free webinar to learn how you can use your super to make real, uncomplicated development profits without debt.
This free webinar takes place at 1:00 AEST, Thursday 11 April. Click here to register.
Even if you can't join us on Thursday, register to get access to the video of this event for you to view at your convenience.
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