Heading into tax time can seem a daunting prospect with understanding what you can and can’t claim on your investment property.
If you own one or even more investment properties, there are benefits to employing a qualified property manager to take care of your assets and who will ensure that the essential areas are taken care of.
One of the areas that you can look at our renovations around the property.
Regulations around the property including tenancy legislation and taxation are areas that change over time.
Tax Depreciation is often overlooked in investment property ownership and arranging a schedule or estimate if your property is eligible before 30 June can help you to maximise the potential tax returns.
When you check your existing loan against what else is out there, you may find worthwhile savings.
The most popular form of investment in property among Australians and New Zealanders has clearly been residential property — flats, townhouses and houses.
The creation of smarter communities ensures longevity and sustainability for its developments and lifestyle benefits for its residents.
It’s fair to say that the national housing market is steadily peaking this year, hot on the heels of unprecedented price hikes in 2021.
Research into Australian and New Zealand investment themes for 2022 has unearthed several key findings.