Changes to super rules, especially the new $1.6 million “balance cap” may reduce the attractiveness of holding physical property in a SMSF, particularly through a limited recourse borrowing arrangement.
RENT increases are failing to keep pace with rising house prices, piling extra pressure onto the nation’s two million-plus property investors.
CFMG Capital’s latest residential community, Middleton Park in Logan Reserve has officially been released to market.
A recent article on the ABC website – “Share by share: Crowdfunding offers new opportunities for Australian property investors” highlights some of the new alternative ways to invest in property in Australia. Certainly the opportunity to invest in a ‘crowdfunding’ venture is an attractive one for active investors with an affinity for residential property, particularly with the ability to avoid taking on a new mortgage, raising yet another deposit, perhaps accessing equity from your existing home and of course dealing with both real-estate sales agents, and property managers.
CFMG Capital has completed the purchase of its latest community, Oakland Pocket in Morayfield.