With the New Financial Year around the corner, I thought it would be a good opportunity to review a few of the changes that will come into force, which will impact on property investing.
Like the eternal battle of good versus evil, the opinions about Capital Gain versus High Yield when it comes to property investment rage on.
Both points of view have their Pros and Cons and, in reality, there is no blanket right or wrong answer.
With the constant changes and increasing options for the funding of property, many people are either starting to consider or are being forced to consider commercial property.
What’s the Difference and why does it matter?
It matters, it matters a lot, and over the years I have seen literally hundreds of investors who think they are being sold a strategy when they are being sold an overpriced property disguised as a strategy.
There are often two schools of thought when looking at investment property, Negative Geared or Positive Geared.
Depending on the advice you receive, your individual financial situation and the perspective of your advisor, you may opt for a negative geared investment in order to off-set a tax liability.