When it became possible to use a self-managed super fund – also known as an SMSF – to invest in property, it made sense that this continued to be a popular option.
An SMSF allows you greater control over which assets your superannuation is being invested into when compared to a traditional retail or industry fund.
While some choose to invest in riskier assets like gold or vintage cars, a property is one investment that will generally provide the returns required to ensure your financial future is secure.
Like many other aspects of creating and running an SMSF, investing in property through an SMSF can be complicated and costly.
To ensure that your investment property will continue to help create your dream financial future, there are a number of rules governing what type of property you can buy and how it can be used.
And that’s all before you get to the fees and tax implications that can result from using your SMSF to purchase a property.
With all of these restrictions to consider, it can be easy to feel like you need to seek professional advice and help.
That’s where we come in.
Our team of expert SMSF advisors are here to help you navigate every step of this investment strategy process with the confidence that comes from knowing your financial future is secure.
Whether you’re considering the commercial or residential property as the right investment for you or just want to know more about the risks and benefits that come with establishing an SMSF, we can help.
All you have to do to get started is get in touch.