Many people don’t realise that Self-Managed Superannuation Fund investments can be more than just stocks and bonds. While these types of securities can be great for producing consistent returns, there are other ways to grow your portfolio.
One of those methods is SMSF property investing, which means using your retirement savings to purchase income-producing real estate.
MSISA Property and Consulting Agents specialise in SMSF property investing. We’ve created a simple blueprint for using SMSF investments to finance the development of real estate.
Currently, SMSF Investors cannot invest in properties with a two-part contract, which limits their investment options. MSISA Property and Consulting Agents solves that problem by entering a two-part contract with the builder, while the investor enters a one-part contract with them.
A ground-breaking solution to purchase all types of brand new home AND land packages inside superannuation!
Then you should consider real estate. In these chaotic times, it can be difficult to predict where the market is going to go.
With so many changes happening so rapidly, it’s tough to know what is going to make a sound investment in the future. But buying real estate is always a sound investment. It’s a scarce asset that always has value, no matter what is happening in the broader market.
However, real estate investing is a bit more complex than simply purchasing a stock or bond and collecting the returns. It takes more effort and experience, which may be overwhelming for some.
At MSISA Property and Consulting Agents, we specialise in SMSF property investments, to help average investors build their retirement savings through real estate.
These include traditional property types such as single-storey and double-storey houses.
NDIS Housing is broken down into four distinct categories; improved liveability, fully accessible, robust and high physical support.
Two completely separate houses that are built under one roof and have two different addresses and one owner.
Duplexes are essentially two separate homes that share a central wall and sometimes a roof. Similar to dual-living homes, duplexes also have two different addresses, however, have two separate owners.
Co-living is essentially a residential community living model which sees a large one or two-storey house be segmented into 3-4 micro-homes.
We provide expertise and experience to ensure the process goes off without a hitch. You can purchase a brand new home and land package with the help of MSISA Property and Consulting Agents Are you ready to start adding brand-new investment properties to your retirement portfolio?
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