Self Managed Super Fund Loans
Setting up a Self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) can provide the opportunity to take control of your super; Providing you with choice and flexibility, and allowing you to borrow to invest in residential and commercial property.
The strategy of using borrowing money SMSF to borrow money to purchase residential or commercial property. This strategy has been popular with small business owners and is growing in popularity for mum and dad investors who are looking to enter the investment property market and strengthen their retirement future.
Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangement
Borrowing or gearing your super into property must be done under very strict borrowing conditions called a Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangement (LRBA).
A limited recourse borrowing arrangement can only be used to purchase a single asset, for example a residential or commercial property.
Before committing to a geared property investment you should assess whether the investment is consistent with the investment strategy and risk profile of the fund.
Potential borrowers are strongly encouraged to seek qualified financial, tax and legal advice before taking out a loan.