Investment Property

Investment Property in Australia is a fantastic investment for anyone of any age or nationality. Realistic Property is committed to assisting anyone who has the desire and capital to achieve their dream of owning an investment property. Most of our properties are in the South East of Queensland, focusing on Gold Coast and Brisbane real estate. Following the requests of our clients we have enlarged the range of locations to other parts of Australia Click here to investigate the Properties we have for sale at the moment.

Brisbane's skyline - a beautiful place to invest in property.
Brisbane’s skyline – a beautiful place to invest in property.

Why Invest in Property?

When comparing all forms of wealth creation, property investment has created more long term millionaires than any other type of investment strategy. It is our belief that if you are interested in financial independence and serious wealth creation, investment property is where you are able to do that. One very important thing to remember when becoming involved with property as an investment, is that it is a long term strategy, not a ‘get rich quick’ scheme. You need to be committed to your money being tied up in your investment until the time that it is financially viable for you to sell it and move on to your next investment, or retire and live the lifestyle you worked and planned for.

You don’t need to be wealthy already to invest in property. With careful property investment selection, we can assist average wage earners with finding the right property for their needs and budget.

Advantages of Investment Property

Capital growth and the tax benefits of negative gearing are the two distinct benefits associated with Property Investment.

Capital growth is the “money you make as the value of your property appreciates” (sourced from http://moneymanager.smh.com.au). Whilst there are no guarantees when it comes to property capital growth, history shows that steady growth has occurred over the years. Queensland has been the ‘investment destination of choice’ for most Australians over the last 20 years.

If you have a property that is negatively geared, you can deduct the costs associated with owning an investment property from your income. Whilst the interest on your mortgage is the biggest tax deduction, followed by claiming depreciation on the building, fixtures and fittings, you can also claim costs such as property management fees, loan costs and repairs.

To view the properties currently available for investment from Realistic Property, please click here.