Investment Loans

We ensure your investment loans are structured appropriately.

When it comes to Property Investment, your loan structure is a very important piece of the puzzle so it is important to get it right at the start. If you are considering the purchase of an Investment Property, we can help you:

  • Ascertain your borrowing capacity
  • Determine the best accounting structure for you
  • Provide cash flow projections based on a number of scenarios
  • Determine what type of property your cash flow permits.

Are you looking to buy a property within your Self Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF)? Our Lending Experts are experienced in obtaining suitable loans for SMSF purchases, and to ensure you continue to operate your SMSF within the rules.

Contact us for appropriate investment loan advice, so that you have the best possible loan structure when taking on any form of debt.

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