Self-Manage Super Fund
Share market losses are always going to happen and it is a volatile market up and down all the time. Worst off you are relying on others to manage your money. IPS encouraged by the safety of bricks and mortar, more people are turning to property investment through their self-managed super funds. WHY!
- Banks well lend you money as they know it is one asset they can have an exit strategy by selling the property.
- Three forms of needs human being have to have, food, water and shelter.
- The gap between investors in property to renters is getting larger as the renters cannot afford to get in and buy as they rather pay rent or they don’t have the cash to buy as they are in debt or not having a job that pays enough to cover all their bills etc.
And as the self-managed super funds (SMSFs) growth continues, so too does the expected increase in residential property investments.
A change in rules a few years ago opened the door for investing through super after it allowed DIY funds to borrow money for property assets.
Self-managed Super and You
Like other super funds, SMSFs are a way of saving for your retirement. Generally, the main difference between an SMSF and other types of funds is that members of an SMSF are the trustees. This means the members of the SMSF run it for their own benefit. In which means with you being Director with arms locked with your private business team being Invest Property Solutions, your accountant and financial planner you make your decisions. Property outweighs any other investment asset class by 10% up to 13% per year with average returns from $20% to 23% as good as a profitable business that you don’t have to work the 7 days a week.