Why SMSF property investment?
Investing in property within a self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) offers a variety of attractive benefits compared to direct property investment.
The average SMSF member balance is 16 times the size of the average account balance of non-SMSF members
Are you looking to use your Super savings to invest in property?
Investing is a choice most people make at some point in their lives, with the desire to bring further wealth or security to their future. Investing in property can be one of the most effective ways for an average Australian to become wealthy over time
Basic RequirementsYou're looking for a manageable strategy that offers full control of investment selection and the opportunity to invest your Super into propertyYou would like to reduce your rental income tax and potentially pay zero capital gains taxYou're interested in direct property investmentsYou have accumulated over $200k in your own Superannuation, or jointly
First StepsEnsure you have the required amount in your Superannuation savingsSpeak with close family members or your partner to discover if they would like to jointly create a retirement strategyBook an initial phone call with a specialist to learn more and get started
A Few ConsiderationsCost of opening an SMSF and ongoing costsThe performance of the property you invest inObligations of the trustee
We have helped everyday Australians cumulatively invest in over $100 million worth of property since opening in 2012
If you're looking to buy property with your Super, chat with our financial planners free of charge to discover if establishing an SMSF is the best option for you.