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Why use Tran Beazley services to help you with your purchase?

We help you every step of the way

Find FIRB acceptable homes, suitable for your needs

Some of our development sights already have FIRB approval

The purchase price you pay will be the same purchase price local Australians would pay for the property 

Assist you with all your applications

Can arrange Finance, Conveyancing, Legal and Accounting services

Can provide all Real Estate Services for your properties

We can help assist you with your Visa Requirements and needs with Australian Migration Agents.

Investing in Australian real estate.

Property investment is one of the best, if not the best form of foreign investment in Australia today. Unlike other forms of investment, it offers greater potential returns, while still offering security and stability.

Australian properties are well known for their:

  • Stability: The Australian property market has a proven record of stable prices. This is a big plus for property investors.

  • Growth: Australian properties have experienced consistent capital growth since 1900. On average, property values double roughly every 7 to 10 years.

  • Ease to invest: If you provide the right information and enlist the services of the right people, buying and applying for foreign investment in Australia can be easier than expected.


What types of properties are acceptable?

As a general rule, your property needs to meet certain criteria. As such, the property should be:

  • A New standard unit, house, townhouse, or land and construction.

  • Greater than 50m2 living area.

  • Located in a high demand location, usually a major city with more than 10,000 people.

Advantages of investing in property

Investing in property has a variety of benefits including providing security and potentially producing greater returns than other forms of investment.

Some notable advantages include:

  • Secure investment: Although the stock market produces financial benefits for investors, there is a higher risk involved. Property investors, on the other hand, are likely to experience more fixed returns on their investments.

  • Constant returns: The rental yields from investment properties can produce an ongoing source of income for investors. Where these yields are more than the mortgage repayments, the property may effectively be paying itself off. You may also have surplus left over to cover the additional costs associated with property ownership.

  • Growth: The price of your property can rise substantially especially if you buy in a good location. Where you adopt a strategy for long term growth, you will most likely reap the benefits in the following years. Australian property prices also rise above inflation, on average, by 2%.

  • Tax reductions: Any expenditure on the property may be subject to attractive tax deductions. Property owners can commonly claim on things such as maintenance, rates and insurance.

  • Asset base: Having an asset base is of great advantage when you are seeking to apply for additional finance. If you own an investment property you are able to use the existing equity in it to secure other loans. This allows you to buy more property, thereby increasing your personal wealth.

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