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Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF) have become progressively more popular over the last decade as a means of controlling your retirement savings, and also of investing in property.
Over the last few years, people with a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) have bene able to invest in Property through their Super.
The first step is to have a discussion with an expert to determine whether investing through an SMSF is the most appropriate approach to property investment given your personal circumstances.
Contact us for a free consultation and we’ll guide you through how it works.
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Matt is a freelance Marketing professional. He had Super funds from his time in the UK, as well as a Super balance in Australia. He was keen to invest in property, as well as take control over the investment of his own Super.
Most lenders will not lend above 70% LVR for SMSF loans. This means a much higher Super balance is required.
Australian Mortgage Corporation helped him leverage his Super balance and buy a property through his Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) for $750,000. Matt only needed a 20% deposit, as we negotiated with the lender an 80% LVR. He has now invested the remainder of his funds with a Fund Manager.
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