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With over 400,000 Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF) holding billions of dollars in super, there is plenty of opportunity for Trustees of SMSFs to invest a portion of their funds in well located property.

When the concept of a SMSF was first developed the opportunity to borrow money to purchase property in a super fund was very difficult and complicated.

Rules relating to borrowing in a Super Fund have been simplified and streamlined in recent times and we are now seeing many Trustees of SMSFs investing in property.

I recently viewed an excellent summary regarding borrowing in a SMSF. It is produced by Accountants, Green Taylor Partners from Horsham in country Victoria. The YouTube video runs for about 14 minutes and gives a thorough summary of what you need to know.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEDFxnfyhOU&list=UUUYuFNYrH-3KWlzJSzaW5pw&index=2&feature=plcp[/youtube]

Experts will tell you that buying property is all about timing – and our view is that there could not be a better time than right now, with very reasonable prices and interest rates expected to fall in the coming months.

Take a few minutes to view the video and if you have queries regarding selection of property or other matters please call us at 03 9394 9000 or Kim Ward on 0405 332 691

Story By Peter Righetti, Director, Sandhurst Real Estate

 

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