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How to get a SMSF Loan

Self Managed Super Fund Company can guide you through the process of obtaining a SMSF Loan to purchase property, or any other suitable investment.

With changes to laws governing SMSF, it has never been easier to invest in property using a SMSF loan. If the SMSF has enough funds for a deposit, the remainder of the purchase price can be borrowed.

Recent years have seen many commercial super funds suffer substantial losses.  It’s no surprise many people have chosen to take control of their super money.

Before you decide to apply for a SMSF loan we suggest you seek professional advice from us. Our advice is tailored to each individual circumstance for the best personalized outcome.

Self Managed Super Fund Company  has strategic links with many finance companies and can help you obtain a SMSF Loan.

There are many factors that determine how we will approach the advice you receive but what must be taken into consideration are your individual investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs.

There are risks associated with taking out a SMSF loan in order to invest in property. The capital value of the property can decrease. You may not be able to find tenants for the property. All of these risks must be carefully considered when taking out a SMSF loan.

Self Managed Super Fund Company are experts in all aspects of the process related to the borrowing of money for your SMSF investment property. We can reduce your risks as well as help you make the right decision.

You may have seen the latest noticed the latest warnings from the ATO urging the SMSF sector to be cautious when investing in property. They say that some trustees are using their super funds to invest in property without fully understanding their legal obligations and risks. It is more important than ever to make sure you are talking with qualified experts like the Self Managed Super Fund Company.

It essential that you receive expert advice when investing in property. Contact the Self Managed Super Fund Company  today.