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Self-managed Super Funds Q & A
1. Can I use my SMSF to invest in a property?
Yes. You can invest in a property by borrowing funds from your self-managed super fund (SMSF). You can also invest in properties directly through your SMSF, as you have a greater control on how your money should be invested as the fund’s trustee.
2. Is there a restriction on the type of properties I can invest in via SMSF?
No. Whether you invest or borrow funds from your SMSF, there is no restriction on the type of property you can buy. You can buy a commercial property, a residential property, an industrial property or even a farmhouse if the following conditions are met:
3. I want to borrow funds from my SMSF to buy a property. What should I do?
Australians with an SMSF can certainly borrow money from inside the fund to buy a residential or commercial property. However, the process can be complicated and there are certain strict rules that the investor must adhere to. To ensure that the amount borrowed from the fund is used appropriately, it is recommended that you seek the advice and assistance of a financial advisor or your accountant.
4. What are the benefits of buying property through SMSF?
The main benefit of investing in a property through your super fund is the tax benefit. Also, assets you invest in directly through the fund are protected from bankruptcy.