Despite a withdrawal of many lenders from the SMSF lending market, we have seen a high number of transactions in this area with our clients recently.
All of them involved the purchase/transfer of medical and dental rooms.
For doctors and dentists, very generous lending products still exist, if you work with the right medical finance specialist.
At Affluence we have been involved in these transactions from a strategic and holistic advice point of view, as well as implementation of super rollovers and advice/implementation of personal insurance changes.
Our colleagues at Affluence Chartered Accountants have been involved with the legal, practical and accounting aspects of these transactions.
Under the right circumstances this strategy can be very beneficial from a retirement savings, tax planning, asset protection and debt repayment point of view, but it is imperative you seek specialist advice.
If you are considering this strategy, please feel free to reach out for an obligation-free consultation.
Contact me on 08 9381 2704 or Yves@affluenceprivate.com.au
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