By using your SMSF to borrow money, you can invest in residential and commercial properties to grow your wealth.
With a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) you can take control and invest your super into property.
Many Australians say they would like to invest their hard earned savings in property rather than other more volatile assets like shares. That’s not surprising when property investment continues to generate steady capital growth and passive income.
Despite that fact most Australian’s have the majority of their superannuation invested in shares. A Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) allows you to take control of your superannuation and invest in property or other asset classes that you prefer, understand and can control.
SMSF’s also have the option of borrowing to invest into property. The lending structure is complex and the number of lenders that can assist are limited so it’s wise to talk with a professional advisor that has had years of experience arranging these loans.
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31.8% of all superannuation funds are with SMSFs.
For many Australians, SMSFs offer these benefits:
With an SMSF, you can choose where your retirement savings go, with options including listed shares, bonds and direct property.
This flexibility gives you the ability to manage your investments. With a hands-on approach, you can quickly adjust your portfolios as the markets change.
Generally speaking, SMSF members pay lower fees and enjoy better performance than other super funds.
Depending on your individual situation, the advantages of an SMSF may include:
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