Got yourself a self-managed super fund (SMSF)? Looking to purchase an investment property? Perhaps you want to set up a SMSF primarily to invest in a property. You might be after an SMSF loan. The returns on your investment – whether in the form of rental income or capital gains – go back into the super fund, increasing your retirement savings.

There are a few rules when buying an investment property with your SMSF. The property can only provide benefits to fund members. It cannot be acquired from a related party of a member, nor can it be rented to or lived in by a fund member or related party.

There are a lot of dos and don’ts with SMSF. We can talk you through all the finer details.