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Pros and Cons of property investing

by Wealth Know How in Property

Many Australian investors like to invest in residential property, and there are good reasons for that. Residential property has been a strong long-term performer, comparable with the sharemarket, although the dividends from shares return more than net rents, and are more tax-effective. But if you borrow to buy an investment property, interest on the loan and most property expenses can be offset against rental income, for tax purposes.

Wealth Know How is the online network helping people manage their wealth through financial education. Whether you are looking for simple ways to better manage your cash, or you are after a complete strategy on how to save for retirement, we can help you understand your options. It is important to have a vision for your future, but its knowledge not dreams that will ultimately deliver financial success.

Published on 25 Mar 15

  • Many Australian investors like to invest in residential property, and there are good reasons for that. Residential property has been a strong long-term performer, comparable with the sharemarket, although the dividends from shares return more than net rents, and are more tax-effective. But if you borrow to buy an investment property, interest on the loan and most property expenses can be offset against rental income, for tax purposes.

    Wealth Know How is the online network helping people manage their wealth through financial education. Whether you are looking for simple ways to better manage your cash, or you are after a complete strategy on how to save for retirement, we can help you understand your options. It is important to have a vision for your future, but its knowledge not dreams that will ultimately deliver financial success.

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