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Final Call – Tax Planning for Investment Properties

With the end of the financial year fast approaching, if you haven’t already, now is the time to start planning and considering opportunities for ways to minimise your tax. Shane Scott from Ingrilli & Scott Taxation Services shares his tips on Tax Planning for Investment Properties. The first element of this involves the issue of […]

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What to do when a structure is not council approved.

It’s important when buying or selling a property that you check that all the structures on the property have planning and building approval from the relevant local government authority. Quite often home buyers will purchase a property unaware that all the structures on the property might not have the required council approval. James Terenciuk from […]

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How to find the right tenant in a tough rental market.

Potential tenants in Perth can afford to be picky; gone are the days when a rental property would attract multiple lease applications after the first viewing. If you are a tenantless landlord, consider these easy to implement tips. Advertising medium Today, tenants are using web portals, such as reiwa.com.au and realestate.com.au to find their next rental property rather than […]

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5 Reasons to sell your Perth investment property

Astute property investors should from time to time valuate their property investments, considering whether their best option is to sell or retain their investment. Here are 5 simple reasons why selling your investment property makes sense. 1) Maximised profits The real estate market operates in cycles, and selling at the right time can make a […]

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How to find a first home that will also be a great investment

Finding the right property is a difficult task for anybody, but an even harder feat for the first home buyer. How do you know if you are buying a good investment, or if you are committing yourself to something that you are going to regret down the line? Here are 3 things to consider when […]

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How to improve your cash flow on your investment in a tough market

If you are one of the many Australians who owns an investment property, your top priority is securing a good rental return. There are 2 critical components to the equation in a tough market. 1) The tenant Firstly, you need to attract good, long term tenants. This is particularly important in a market where there […]

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5 Essential tips when buying an investment property

If you have already bought an investment property, would you do things differently if you were buying today? Alternatively, if you are thinking of selling an investment property, consider what the buyer may thinking and how you can ensure that property presents in the best possible way. Here are 5 useful tips to help you […]

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Buying Australian Real Estate when on a temporary visa

If you are looking to purchase a property, holding a Permanent Residence (PR) removes the need to go through the Foreign Investment Review Board (www.firb.gov.au) for approval. The website states that: “Foreign persons are prohibited from acquiring established dwellings for investment purposes (that is, they cannot be purchased to be used as a rental or holiday […]

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