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How to structure your finances for a multi-property portfolio

Lisa Montgomery, spokesperson, Resi

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It's very important that right from the out set that you're working with your lending professional to set up a structure for your multiple property portfolio. So that it's going to not only suit you now but it's also going to be one that's going to take you into the future and will work for you then.  So that you're looking at saving money over all, via interest, but also money on costs, so being able to save costs like LMI and loan set up fees. But also that that structure is malleable enough so it's going to be able to shift and change with the different detours you might need to take with your property portfolio.

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Episode 76: SPI portfolio update: what's next for the team?
Episode 75: How travelling cross-country helped this investor buy 9 properties in 6 years
Episode 74: How this investor plans to double his portfolio within 10 years
Episode 73: Bad builders: how this investor bounced back
Episode 72: Policy changes to interest-only loans: what buyers need to know
Episode 71: How this 'stubborn' investor recognised a property lemon
Episode 70: How this investor complements each property and balances his portfolio
Episode 69: Are you a ‘lazy’ investor? Consider the benefits to working with a financial team
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