SMSF (Self-Managed Super Fund) loans can help you invest in residential or commercial property if you don’t have the funds in your SMSF to buy an investment property outright. The property is held in trust for the SMSF in a proper formal structure until the loan has been repaid.
These structures are arranged through accountants and solicitors with appropriate advice provided to explain the suitability. Once they have explained the pros and cons of investing in this way, they may start the process which will enable you to apply for your SMSF loan.
SMSF loans are also known as Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangements (LRBAs). This type of loan is a limited recourse loan which means recovery of the debt is limited to the security property and in the event of default, other super fund assets are not at risk.
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