New laws introduced on 30 November 2016 allow for the forced sale of units in an apartment
The strata management industry is in for a significant shake up with the “once-in-a-generation” changes to strata laws being introduced on November 30, 2016. The NSW Government has amended the laws regarding the management of apartment buildings allowing 75% of owners in apartment blocks will be able to sell...
ATO targeting property investors
A recent taxpayer alert [Trusts mischaracterising property development receipts as capital gains] concerning property development and the use of trusts is significant for property developers. Taxpayer Alert 2014/1, describes an arrangement whereby a trust undertakes property development activities as part of its...
Chinese regulators may turn off the money flow that is funding the Australian real estate bubble
A Chinese Government crackdown on the recently exposed activities of the Bank of China's money laundering efforts in Australia will have repercussions on the sustainability of high property values in Sydney and Melbourne. China’s state broadcaster CCTV has launched an attack on one of the country’s most...
Changing A SMSF Trustee to a Corporate Trustee
Benefits of a Corporate Trustee 1. Changing Members If an SMSF is set up with a corporate trustee structure you can add a member (e.g. a spouse or child) or remove a member (e.g. if a member dies or can no longer act as trustee) with much less hassle than an individual trustee structure. If there is a ch...
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Homebuyer’s Guide to Conveyancing
Buying your first home can be a confusing process, particularly when it comes to conveyancing. Taking your first step on to the property ladder can be an exciting time. But for those who have never been involved in a property purchase, the conveyancing process can often seem hard to understand. What i...
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