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left an interesting comment this week where he suggests that governments are the drivers of the real estate boom as it is they who have the most to benefit. While I see his point and agree that State and Local Governments are making abnormal profits, there are other parties playing significant roles and profiting. The banks play a significant role in controlling the tenor of the market to ensure they maximise their profits. It’s especially easy for them to do within the Australian banking cartel. As I’ve said before bubbles always pop and demand is not good enough argument for their perpetuity. Rohan at Data Diary ...
A negative gearing strategy can only make a profit if the asset rises in value(capital gains) by enough to cover the shortfall between the income and interest which the investor suffers. The investor must also be able to fund that shortfall until the asset is sold. The tax treatment of interest expenses and future gain will affect the investor's final return too. Tax rules vary from country to country. Negative gearing on property is currently only found in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, all countries in the Commonwealth of Nations.
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Negative gearing may be a better way to offset cellulite than property investments. It's kind of like having your cake and eating it too - "Hmm, if I can't make money by being a rich property mogul right now, at least I can reduce my income tax and keep my fingers crossed that I'll make money in the future." Australian negative gearing and Capital Gains Tax laws are complex, but there is little doubt property investors take great comfort in claiming any losses against their tax. So much so, that in the 2004-05 tax year, the Australian public said ta-ta to $3.9 billion worth of deductions for rental ... industry trends, business articles and survey research : SiCKO : Checkup on the Facts
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