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Property investment is less risky, more predictable and helps you build wealth over the long term.

For any investment, cash flow is everything. And that is one of the most important reasons why investing in residential property is a great choice: it delivers a predictable rate of financial return as rental income (cash flow) into your bank account every month.

This steady flow of cash helps you predict fairly accurately if the property is worth investing in, while you build long-term wealth and a retirement nest egg.

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Property investment is great for retirement investment and Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF)

Since the Global Financial Crisis hit in 2009 and global financial markets took a battering, many lost faith in investing too heavily in stocks and shares. This has caused seniors to look to property investment for reliable and less volitile investment returns and therefore the rise of the Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF).

Our property investment consultants can help you include property investment in your SMSF. Please contact us on 1300 NEW HOUSE and ask to speak to one of our investment consultants.

How do I set up an SMSF?

Your accountant or financial advisor will provide you with all the advice you need specific to your circumstances. However, we are happy to provide any information they may require in relation to your property investment*.

Eden Brae offers several options for property investors:

Each property investor has different needs. This is why we offer a range of property investment opportunities:

  • New homes in greenfield estates: build a new home from scratch in a growing community.
  • Knockdown Rebuild projects: demolish an old home and build a brand new home in its place.
  • House and land packages: fixed-price house and land packages make property investment easy.
  • Ex-display homes: former display homes have top of the line inclusions in well-established developments.

Your property investment checklist:

What do you hope to achieve with your investment property? Here are some important things to think about: 

  • What kind of tenants would you like? Young couples with kids may cause wear and tear on the house for example. Maybe a empty-nester with regular retirement income is more ideal?
  • The size of the property is important: Too big and rental income may not be enough to cover costs. Too small and you may not get the right kind of tenants. 
  • Be wary of overcapitalizing – recouping investment costs may be difficult. But if you’re going to live in the house yourself later, then overcapitalizing is probably not a factor.
  • Is rental demand healthy in the area you’re thinking of building in? Do you need regular income from your investment property? 

Ready to invest? It pays to do your research!

Before diving into property investment it helps to do your homework and get the best advice possible. Seek advice from our property investment consultants either by email or call 1300 NEW HOUSE

*Disclaimer:  Our advice is limited specifically limited to the property itself and does not take into account your specific financial circumstances. Any such advice should be sought from your accountant or financial advisor.


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