Today we’re going to look at the structure that’s required for a self managed super fund to invest in property. We’ll look at the entities required – including the SMSF itself. More often than not, if you’re setting up an SMSF to invest in property, you’ll want to leverage – that is you’ll want to borrow money to support the investment. Find out just how your fund needs to be structured in this instance and how a bare trust allows you to secure the limited recourse borrowing arrangements (or SMSF loans) necessary to meet legal requirements.
8 years ago, we saw the need in a growing market for lending experts who specialise in SMSF. Our team now combines years of experience through every aspect of self-managed super funds. Together, we organise more limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBA or SMSF loans) in a week than most other brokers or bank branches in a year. Here we share some of our insights as well as SMSF news with you.
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