There’s a lot to consider when making such an important purchase, especially for the first time.
Have you been saving up for a long time and finally feel ready to dip your toes into the property market? Maybe you’re considering either buying a home to live in or investing in a property you can rent out.
Either way, it’s worth knowing some more about both options to ensure you’re making the best decision going forward.
With housing affordability now considered a real problem in Australia, buying an investment property to rent out may be a more viable option for many younger Australians.
So let’s have a look at some things to consider when it comes to this option.
Whatever you decide to do, make sure your investment strategy suits your personal circumstances, as well as your financial goals. Think about the pros and cons of each and also other investment options too.
If you do think you’re ready to take that exciting leap start a conversation with us, we can assist you to make a well informed decision.
You need to consider with your financial planner (or adviser), your objectives, financial situation and your particular needs prior to making an investment decision. Sensibly Pty Ltd and its authorised representatives (or credit representatives) do not accept liability for any errors or omissions of information supplied on this website
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Nick Shanley, Steve May and Luke Styles are Authorised Representatives of Sensibly Pty Ltd (AFSL 533923)