Investing in property via an SMSF

By Tasha Levy 20 February 2020 | 1 minute read

While self-managed super funds are not for everyone, Andrew Yee, director of HLB Mann Judd believes they can be a powerful tool in building your property portfolio.

Andrew Yee

In this episode of The Smart Property Investment Show, he joins host Phil Tarrant to delve into the tax advantages of investing in property through your self-managed super fund, the compliance and liquidity challenges of having property in your SMSF, and who this investment method could be best suited to.

Andrew breaks down how some promoters use SMSFs as a marketing tool to the detriment of their clients' interests, why he might advise someone to invest their super into asset classes other than property, and the importance of seeking solid, professional guidance in setting up such a fund.

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