How much less tax would you pay if you invested in property?

Investment properties can be a great way to qualify for major tax breaks. But there’s a caveat to this: timing is everything. Investing in a property prior to the End of the Financial Year (EoFY) makes you, as a property investor, eligible for certain tax deductions. Settling prior to 30th June, if you can, makes you eligible for a tax return immediately,… Learn More

Positive cashflow – what is it?

What is a positive cashflow investment property and is it worth seeking out? Simply put, a positive cashflow investment property means that the income received from the investment from rent outweighs all expenses associated with the ongoing cost of the property. So the rent received from the property is more than all costs, such as agency fees, strata or body… Learn More