Investing In Property

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WEBINAR: Investing In Property

If you're looking into investing into property, regardless if it's residential or commercial, there's plenty to weigh up.

As an investor, one key aspect to consider is growth, and any tax benefits or implications the investment may create. Tax structure considerations with significant increase in land tax has made us rethink developments and property investments.


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WHAT WE'LL COVER

  • Negative gearing without growth is just social housing
  • How tax benefits will vary depending on the property
  • The different depreciation rules on new and off-the-plan builds VS established/existing 

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