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Why Choose a Depreciation Expert?

IT IS WELL KNOWN that you can claim wear and tear on a business vehicle. But do you know exactly how much wear and tear you can also claim, on your investment property? You see, many property investors are unaware how significant the tax depreciation deductions their investment properties hold – meaning they could be […]

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Are You Aware of the Absentee Owner Surcharge?

AS OF 1 JANUARY 2017, Victorian land owned by an “absentee owner” is subject to an additional 1.5% Absentee Owner Surcharge.  The purpose of the surcharge is to require foreign buyers, who do not pay other taxes, to contribute to government services and infrastructure in Victoria. Although this surcharge also applies to commercial property, it […]

Where in the Cycle are the CBD Office Markets?

EVERY INVESTOR would like to be in a position to pick the top and bottom of each Cycle, when it comes to commercial property.

6 Ways to Enjoy Your Extra Cash from Depreciation

AS AN A INVESTOR, once you start claiming depreciation, you’ll notice a big improvement in your cash flow. For most investors, the extra cash is put into savings. Or put towards a holiday, or a new car. Or simply used for everyday living expenses. However, there are far smarter ways to use the extra cash you gain from depreciation. And here are just a few.

Capital City Office Markets Around Australia

AS I EXPLAIN to my Mentor group, there is a certain rule of thumb for Office market vacancies around Australia.

And it’s really quite simple: For an office market to be “in balance” you really need to have a vacancy rate of between 6% to 8%.

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.

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.