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Freehold Vs Leasehold – What Does This Mean for Depreciation?

LET’S USE HOTELIERS as an example. When they request a tax depreciation schedule for their property, there are usually three main scenarios:

Freehold, which is where the client owns the building only, not the business that operates from it.
Leasehold, where the client owns the business only, not the actual property.
The client owns both the business and the building.

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Further recent articles

4 Things to Consider When Fixing Your Interest Rate

WHEN INVESTING IN Commercial property, one of the major attractions for investors is the cashflow available. And locking in a guaranteed cashflow, via fixing your loan can be an attractive strategy.

However, there are a number of things that should be considered, before deciding to fix your interest rate. Here are some of the most important questions to ask yourself when deciding.

Super Funds Are Dominating Commercial Property

Did you know that super fund members are some of the biggest landlords in our capital cities?

They own a share of offices, hotels, warehouses and shopping centres. The more cash in super funds, the more properties are bought – indirectly exposing fund members even to some of the most iconic office towers in capital cities.

5 Tax-time Tips for Commercial Property Owners

With tax time upon us, many property investors will be preparing to visit their Accountant to complete their annual income tax assessment.

Here are five tax-time tips for commercial property depreciation, to help ensure you’re claiming everything you’re entitled to.

Previously Hidden Markets Are Starting to Emerge

A RECENT SURVEY conducted by CBRE has revealed growing investor demand for industrial property – at the expense of the retail sector.

Purchase a Commercial Property Wisely Through Your SMSF 

THE HIGHER RENTAL RETURNS of commercial property make it more attractive to investors, especially those who are planning for their retirement. They often buy and hold commercial properties in their SMSF for a better tax environment

Why You Should Have Your Commercial Lease Prepared by Professionals

QUITE OFTEN THE QUESTION will arise, as to whether you need incur the cost of having a lawyer to prepare your commercial lease. And perhaps the answer is best found in this case study.

The Manifesto of a Truly Motivated Investor

…  LAST WEEK, I was in touch with a number of my current subscribers – simply to confirm whether they would like to take their interest in Commercial property to the next level. This was not intended to involve my personal Mentor Group. Rather, it was an invitation for those of you who might not […]