Property investment and self-managed super funds (SMSF)
If you are thinking of using your superannuation fund to buy a residential investment property and you may be unsure of where to start.
Talk to Australian Property Masters team and we’ll guide you in the right direction with the support of a qualified financial planner / accountant.
Since 2007, Australians have been allowed to borrow money using their superannuation to purchase residential property via self-managed super funds (SMSFs).
We can assist you to purchase the following property types:
House & Land packages (with a single contract) which comply with SMSF regulations and guidelines.
How do I purchase a residential investment property via my SMSF?
Any Australian who has accumulated a certain amount of superannuation benefits and meets specified criteria can fund a residential property purchase using money borrowed from a super fund.
Australian Property Masters, can help you determine whether you meet the specified conditions and can assist you with every stage of your SMSF property purchase.
First, your SMSF borrows funds to purchase the property and a separate trust – usually known as a Bare or Security Trust – is established to hold legal ownership of the property on your SMSF’s behalf.
Then, your self-managed superannuation fund withdraws the loan, using the cash to meet legal costs and pay the deposit and stamp duty.
Australian Property Masters SMSF’s structured approach
At Australian Property Masters,we are committed to helping you create a successful long-term self-managed super property investment portfolio. Our team carefully researches the best locations around Australia to secure the future capital growth of your investment.
We consistently monitor the markets and use a strict set of criteria to evaluate all potential developments – making sure your self-managed super property investment yields the highest return possible.
Australian Property Masters can assist you with every stage of your SMSF property investment – get in touch with us today to discuss your options.