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Buying a Property in a Trust

Buying a Property in a Trust – Make Sure You Know These Key Points

Guest Blog – Tina Howes – SmartMove Buying a property in a trust – is it common? Not really, but it is something we see from time to time. More often than not, it’s from my self-employed clients that have received advice from their accountants or financial advisors to do so. Typically this advice is given to professionals who have a genuine risk to being sued as part of their livelihood (e.g., Doctors and Lawyers).  Key points for buying a property in a trust Putting aside any tax benefits or risk protection reasons, I will outline below what it means …

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rental properties

Where have all the rental properties gone?

It was only a little over two years ago that the shuttering of our international borders was seemingly going to see our rental markets flooded with empty rental properties.  Sure, for a short period, inner-city unit stock in Sydney and Melbourne bore the brunt of the pandemic; but everywhere else started to experience the opposite. Rental vacancy rates had been falling for several years before the pandemic. Actually, their downward trajectory was already well entrenched before 2020. So, where have all the rental properties gone when our population has flat-lined? There is no definite answer to this question. But, it …

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investment property

Should your next investment property be a house or a unit?

If you’ve been thinking about your next investment property, you’re likely considering a house or a unit. A question we receive often at Adviseable is, what are the differences between these two, and is one better than the other? While it is a fair question, let’s unpack the difference between houses and units and investigate them further. The property you invest in could reflect what is currently available in the market and how much you have budgeted for that particular investment. However, don’t forget that the main idea of investing is getting the right amount of return for your dollar. …

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Single Keys to Home

A helping hand for single parents dreaming of home ownership

The Federal Budget has been and gone for another year, with cost-of-living pressures rightly a significant concern. But this year’s budget was a little like a spendathon given that the Federal Election is due to be called any day now. A temporary cut to the fuel excise will assist every one of us when we’re at the bowsers, given you don’t get much change (if any at all) from $100 to fill up your petrol tank at the moment. There was also the announcement of a one-off $250 cash handout to Centrelink recipients, which is clearly a nice thing to …

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Adviseable value your investment property

How to value Your Investment Property

Have you ever wondered what the real value of your investment property was and if you paid too much for it? Perhaps you’ve felt a bit of ‘buyer’s remorse’ creep in after a property purchase, especially if your offer was accepted quicker than you expected or maybe you feel like you paid too much for it in a rampant hot market? But you knew the true value of your investment property before buying it, didn’t you? Well, if you were doing everything on your own and maybe looking at the wrong data (or asking the wrong people), chances are you …

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Adviseable Regional Australian Property

How Regional is TOO Regional?

Exceptional and skewed trends may send the wrong signal, particularly to first-time property investors, that every regional location is a sure-fire investment winner. 

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