Buying a property involves many steps. For a first time investor (or even an experienced one) it can be very daunting and time consuming. Laws continue to change constantly and mistakes can be very costly.

Areas you need to expertly manage include: area selection, property selection, market timing, negotiation, finance, legal structures, contract clauses, conveyancing, depreciation schedules, tax, financial planning, insurance, inspections, renovations, tenants, management and much much more.

HEROIf you’re new to property investment at this point you probably don’t even know what you don’t know. You’re a danger to your bank account and to your future financial well-being.

Imagine getting excited and buying a property in your name then realising you should have put the contract in joint names or in the name of a trust or company. Beginners regularly sign a contract for a house only to find it should have been purchased in the name of their Self Managed Super Fund. Once signed it’s too late. Paying thousands in unnecessary transfer duty is not funny when it could have easily been avoided with some professional advice.

We certainly cannot cover everything on this website but we have created a comprehensive manual with tips and information for our clients. This will bring most common aspects of buying an investment property to your attention and suggest how to best handle them. We are also here to help you with any individual situations and can refer you a range of associated professional advisers if required.

We’re happy to be of help and we’d love to have you on board.