Why invest in property?

It’s popular for a good reason – property is one of the very few investments with income virtually guaranteed. Low interest rates and high rental returns mean the timing is perfect to begin or expand your property portfolio.

 

Income tax incentives

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Low interest rates

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Property is proven

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High rental returns

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Income tax incentives

Property investment is a powerful strategy that works on several financial levels, including significant tax benefits.

Tax deductions apply to most of the expenses related to your rental property. Brand new properties provide maximum depreciation benefits. Through deductions and depreciation, property investment legally minimises the amount of tax you pay.

Negative gearing refers to the situation where the cost of owning your rental property exceeds the rental income. The difference can usually be offset against your salary or other income – saving you money.

Capital gains is the profit when you sell. Put very simply, this is taxable and the profit is added to your regular income in the year you made the sale. However, capital gains tax concessions are available to property investors.

Low interest rates

It’s no secret that interest rates are low right now. Our partnership with Aussie Home Loans means you can take full advantage.


An example of how you can save

LOAN
$800000

MONTHLY PAYMENT AT 4.59%
$3060

MONTHLY PAYMENT AT 3.59%
$2393

Property is as safe as houses

Residential property is one of the safest forms of investment in Australia. As a fundamental human necessity, housing will always be in demand. Property is tangible – you can see it, touch it, feel it. It’s low-risk because almost 70% of the market is comprised of homeowners who underpin values and the remainder are tenants who ensure consistent rental income. The Australian housing market is valued at around $6.9 trillion dollars – this is about 3.75 times the size of the share market, providing a stable and secure environment. Residential property has strong historical growth with prices doubling every 10 or more years with the right selection.

High rental returns

As populations increase in major cities, residential property is in continual demand. Vacancy rates are low and rental yields are high. Strong rental demand allows you to attract premium tenants, minimise vacancy periods and ensure smooth cash flow.

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