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If you are considering purchasing an investment property you need to understand all of the finance alternatives available to you. A well known investment strategy is to borrow funds or use the equity in your existing home to purchase an investment property. Whilst achieving long term capital growth, this also provides ongoing rent and taxation benefits. When you borrow funds for investment purposes you are using a technique known as gearing. An example of the type of taxation benefit available is negative gearing. This is achievable if the interest payments on your loan are greater than the income you receive from the rental ...
Negative gearing is the cash flow outcome of buying a property where the rental income doesn't cover the bond. For example, if a property has a mortgage bond repayment of 5,000 and the rental is 4,000 that means the property is negatively geared at 1,000. Positive gearing would be the opposite; when the rental is 5,000 and the mortgage bond is 4,000, the property is positively geared at 1,000 per month. Though this example is simplified, it illustrates negative and positive gearing in a simple way. Both negative and positive gearing in property investing can have ... Read More
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