Loans for SMSF borrowers can be more complex due to requirements under Australian superannuation and taxation law. When investing in property through an SMSF loan, it's important to keep in mind that loans for SMSF borrowers can be more complex compared to traditional mortgages or commercial property loans.
Before you can apply for an SMSF loan, you need to have an existing self-managed superannuation fund in place. This includes setting up a separate trust to hold the property.
To navigate the details of SMSF lending, it’s recommended that you obtain independent financial, legal and tax advice about this specific type of financing.
If you are looking for an SMSF loan, enquire now and talk to a Pepper Money Lending Specialist about applying for an SMSF loan.