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Negative Gearing Increasing
Negative Gearing Increasing - Trends
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Attacking the practice of negative gearing appears to have become a bit of a sport lately. On the 14th March, an article in the Herald Sun stated the government “should look at ways to overhaul an extremely generous system of negative gearing” , and on the 20th March, The Age ran an opinion piece entitled “It’s time to apply the brakes to negative gearing” . I could speculate that the attention property investors (and their tax deductions) is due to the combination of increasing rents (driven by low vacancy rates) and high property prices (driven by a long stint of housing affordability). However, ...
An interest only investment loan is particularly valuable to a property investor who can see the property gaining in value over time, with this increase in equity ensuring a profit is made on the eventual resale of the property. In the meantime the investor has had his or her monthly repayments restricted to the paying off of the interest component of the loan only, therefore saving the investor a lot of money, while at the same time increasing his or her cash flow. An interest only investment loan is therefore of value to an investor because: It is easier to work out the real return that ... Read More
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