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Depreciation: Can I claim previous renovations?

It’s not uncommon for investors who purchase existing properties to assume that any renovations which have taken place prior to settlement cannot be claimed. Those who assume this couldn’t be more wrong. Deductions for income producing properties can be claimed in two ways; as capital works deductions for the building structure, and as plant and...
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Property investing is essentially a business that provides accommodation

It is essential that these investors are encouraged to add to the rental pool available to Australia’s growing population. click here ...
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Home value growth remains all about Sydney and Melbourne

Combined capital city home values have increased substantially since the financial crisis in 2008 however, this is largely being driven by Sydney and Melbourne with value growth muted in most other capital cities.
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Investor housing finance commitments bounce in May 2016

  By Cameron Kusher on July 12, 2016 in Economics, Housing finance, Mortgage market, National Market, Research Over the month there were $32.3 billion in housing finance commitments which is 1.0% higher over the past month. Although the value of housing finance commitments increased in May 2016, they are now -4.6% lower than their August...
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How important is rental yield when investing?

When it comes to buying investment property, is rental yield the iron-clad indicator you can take to the bank? Or is it another statistic that can mislead or misrepresent the potential of a property? If you’re looking for investment property, consider rental yield as one tool in your kit, albeit an important tool. It indicates the possible...
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Five things you must know about your home loan

THERE are five things every mortgage customer should know about their home loan. Despite the Reserve Bank of Australia keeping the cash rate on hold at 1.75 per cent today, all home loan customers should ensure they know the ins and outs of their mortgage and whether they are getting the best deal possible. We’ve...
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