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Property Development

Thinking About Buying Off The Plan? Read This First.

Thinking About Buying Off The Plan? Read This First.

In a rising property market, it can also prove a lucrative investment – but not always. If you’re considering it, be prepared and ask yourself these five questions first.

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Towards 2019: What’s Next For The Housing Market?

Towards 2019: What’s Next For The Housing Market?

The Australian residential housing market has been highly variable this year, and we’ve seen some highlights as well as lowlights. We look ahead at what’s expected for the remainder of 2018 and beyond.

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Changes To CGT Exemption For Inherited Property

Changes To CGT Exemption For Inherited Property

When someone inherits a dwelling there are some special rules contained within the main residence exemption provisions that can provide a full exemption if certain conditions are met. If the conditions are not met, the beneficiary might face a nasty capital gains tax (CGT) bill for their good fortune.

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( Posted in: Investment Property )

Offset VS Redraw For Property Investors

Offset VS Redraw For Property Investors

It's a tricky decision for many, so our property expert has given some advice on what will be best for you. 

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Family Planning: Applying For A Home Loan With A Baby On The Way

Family Planning: Applying For A Home Loan With A Baby On The Way

Purchasing a home and having a child are two of life's most stressful events. What on Earth happens when both are occuring at the same time?!

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Property Development Tax in a Nutshell

Property Development Tax in a Nutshell

Are you considering a development as your next venture within the world of property? Have you reviewed your potential income tax and GST liabilities?

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Becoming a Property Developer

When considering developing a block of units ensuring you get the structure right is very important.  For a small (2 unit) one-off development you will likely be fine with individual or trust ownership.

If you are looking at larger developments (4 or more units), or planning on undertaking multiple developments in the future, then you need to .....

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( Posted in: Investment Property )