Month: January 2016

Why invest with Trilogy Funds?

Trilogy Funds’ Managing Director, Philip Ryan, discusses what sets Trilogy Funds apart from other fund managers, also touching briefly on our two mortgage trust offerings.

 

Transcript:

My name is Philip Ryan. I’m the Managing Director of Trilogy Funds Management Limited. My background […]

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SEQ Property: Ready to Roar in 2016

Property experts remain optimistic about the South-East Queensland property market in 2016, citing factors such as a low dollar providing improved attention from overseas, and the increasing gap between house prices in Sydney and Brisbane delivering investors from south of […]

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China volatility increases risks for SMSFs

It has been a shaky start to 2016 for share markets around the world. Market activity so far in the year dubbed ‘sweet sixteen’ has left a taste in the mouth of SMSF investors that is anything but sweet and has brought […]

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About Trilogy Funds’ loans

Trilogy Funds’ Head of Lending, Paul Wood, discusses our loans and lending policy, also briefly touching on our two Mortgage Trust offerings.

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My name is Paul Wood. I’ve been at Trilogy Funds now for five years. I’ve spent 20 years in […]

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Property investment alternatives for your SMSF

One of the reasons trustees decide to establish a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) is to be able to invest in property. For many trustees the two key options are residential and commercial property.

Residential property means a house, cottage, apartment or […]

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Holiday home ownership: Is it a smart investment?

Spending holidays at the beach is an important part of life for many Australians, with approximately 3% owning their own holiday homes1. The promise of escaping the stresses of everyday life through holiday home ownership can be an enticing proposition, […]

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Property Tax Profiling

Alastair Walker | Managing Director of Napier & Blakeley | Guest Columnist

Over the last 30 years or so the quantity surveying industry has waxed lyrical about all things property tax deduction related, the most recent being property tax profiling. Obviously, quantity […]

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Setting up a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund

Get your team together

 

A number of professionals will work with you to set up and run your SMSF.

The first step is to talk to your financial adviser about whether a SMSF is suitable for  you. Your adviser will take into […]

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