Generally, you have a great deal of freedom when it comes to choosing your Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) investments. You can invest in traditional investments such as term deposits, managed investment schemes, shares and gold or you can invest in […]
One of the fastest-growing forms of investment, both domestically and abroad, is peer-to-peer lending, otherwise known as P2P lending.
Peer-to-peer lending involves individuals, or groups of individuals, pooling their money to lend to individuals or businesses. It allows investors to take […]
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 […]
This article was originally published 15 January 2016, and has been updated 21 November 2016.
Australia’s over half a million SMSFs have nearly 60% of their assets, at a value of $346.68 billion, allocated to listed shares and cash/term deposits. This […]
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 […]