Should I borrow to buy Property in my Self-Managed Super Fund?

Self Managed Superannuation Funds Simplified

SMSF Simplified

SMSFs can buy a property – two ways

  1. Outright for the full value and purchase costs, legal etc

Borrow to purchase, section 67(4A) SIS (SMSF can’t directly borrow, only acquire by instalment s)

    1. Need about 30% deposit + costs
    2. Special loan (Limited or No-Recourse loan) where the lender has security over the property only, and have no security over other SMSF assets
    3. Special Structure required – Bare Trust borrows and “holds” property within it, until loan paid out, and  avoids Stamp Duty and CGT and GST when transferred back to the SMSF
    4. SMSF has a beneficial interest
    5. Once loan repaid, legal ownership is transferred to the SMSF
    6. Expenses – Set Up can be up to $10,000

      Property in self managed super SMSF superbenefit

      Property, SMSF

We’ll cover more details in the next post

To learn more about this and the following topics –

  1. What’s involved in an SMSF and does it suit you?
  2. I want my business to be my super – can I do this and how?
  3. Should I borrow to buy property for my SMSF?

see Seminar page http://wp.me/P1sLJd-f

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