Buyer Information


Information for Investors


We work with thousands of property investors across Australia to help you make informed decisions on buying: the right property; at the right price; properties with good cash flows; property in appropriate ownership structures; and with the right loan and financial advice   Investment returns can be greatly enhanced through borrowing.  However, the golden rule of borrowing money is to borrow for appreciating assets such as property, and not use the borrowed funds for consumables that depreciate in value.  Debt, if used properly for appreciating assets such as property, is a critical tool in building wealth.  When you are considering borrowing money to invest, it’s not just a case of how much property you have to borrow against.  It’s also critical to consider your ability to service the loan.  Regardless of the value of your properties or other assets, when it comes to borrowing money, every investor is limited by cash flow.  &...


Information about Investing with a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF)


Using super to buy property, the property itself becomes part of your super fund.  This means your employer contributes the minimum 9.5% of every pay cheque towards your investment.  Buying property through your SMSF means there are a number of parties contributing to you achieving a better retirement:  you your tenant your employer the government (tax refunds)   WHY ARE SMSF'S BECOMING SO POPULAR?   Did you know that SMSFs remain the fastest growing sector in the retirement funds industry, coming ahead of retail funds, industry funds, public sector funds and corporate super funds?   So why is this the case? Well there are 5 Key Benefits to having a Self-Managed Super Fund, namely: 1. Greater Control  Investors who saw their retirement funds shrink during the GFC are looking for greater control. SMSFs typically allow members to: have greater control over the types of investments control the fees being paid optimise t...

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