SMSF Property Investor

SMSF Property Investor

How To Invest In Property With Your SMSF

What investment property can your SMSF purchase?

Using your SMSF to purchase a property can set you up for a comfortable retirement. While you might find navigating the rules and regulations a nightmare, this handy guide will help you understand wha ...

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What to know about SMSF property rules

Are you considering setting up your own Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF)? You are not alone. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) revealed there are close to 600,000 SMSF funds in Australia, ma ...

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Serviced apartments - a property strategy for SMSF ...

While a SMSF does give you more control over your finances, it also comes with the additional responsibility of researching, managing and being ultimately accountable for your retirement investments. ...

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SMSF Calculator: How much can I borrow?

Use this SMSF calculator to work out how much you can borrow for an SMSF funded investment property

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SMSF How to Guides

To be responsible for a SMSF is a complex and challenging task, but with commitment, knowledge and the right advice, the astute Investor has the potential to reap immense financial rewards. SMSFs deliver opportunities to accelerate financial growth and protect the value of your most important life investment—your retirement savings. read more

Purchasing property through your SMSF isn’t as easy as it is individually. Before 2007, you couldn’t borrow in a SMSF, which meant you had to have a large fund to be able to purchase property. Since then borrowing in a SMSF has made it easier for smaller funds to diversify and invest in the property market. There are obvious benefits in doing this – paying only 15% tax on taxable income; having an asset that provided it is sold when in retirement, incurs no capital gains tax. Even the benefit of being able to touch and see your investment appeals to many SMSF trustees. read more

Property Investment Q&A

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I completed a subdivision development of two units. We sold the rear unit and moved into the front unit. If we decide to sell, what amount of CGT should we expect to apply for the front unit where we currently reside? read more