A Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) can be used to purchase investment property, however, most of us will require much expert advice and professional help to truly take advantage of this highly-regulated tax structure.
What a ride Bitcoin has been, from staggering gains to devastating losses, from Forbes 2013 ‘stock of the year’ (see: here) to a recent plunge that is starting to equal the devastation of the early 2000s dot-com bubble (see: here). So what can we say about Bitcoin VS property that isn’t already self-evident?
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What exactly does it take to really warm up your property investment portfolio? And going beyond just buying another investment property, the other big question is, how LONG does it take for your investment property to really heat up? And ultimately, when is the best time to sell?
As we mentioned on our blog earlier 60 Minutes recently ran a story about the ‘rentvesting’ phenomenon called ‘Helter Shelter’, click here to take a look. You could say that ‘rentvesting’ is well and truly in the mainstream.
The question of renting vs owning has undoubtedly been on the minds of home buyers since the dawn of property rights. And the question still continues to be asked today, is my money better spent with the lenders or the landlord?
60 Minutes recently ran a story on the Australian property market. It’s an excellent glimpse at both the issues buyers are facing and the possible solutions being put forward by both builder/developers and the government.