Changes in superannuation laws have allowed Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) to borrow money to buy investment properties. To diversify your portfolio and possibly benefit from tax concessions you can buy both residential and commercial properties through the SMSF Facilities
More Australian investors are considering Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF) as a way to protect and grow their retirement wealth. Investing through your SMSF may be a tax effective way for you to borrow to invest in residential or commercial property. As any income from the investment property, including capital gains, will be taxed at concessional rates, you could save money in the long run.
To assess your requirements and to negotiate a competitive deal, talk to your local mortgage broker
You may not have enough funds in your SMSF to enable you to buy an investment property outright, but you can now borrow via your SMSF. Superannuation laws are complex and the consequences of not complying with them are serious, which is why it is a good idea to choose a loan that is specifically designed to combine with an SMSF and get good financial advice.