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How to purchase a commercial property using a self-managed super fund (SMSF) – SmartCompany

Often asked – with the increasing desire to spread risk through a property purchase, the option also sees suitable returns to investors into their Super Fund.

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Deciding to Stay or Go – Tips from

Here’s an extract of a great article for things you should consider when looking to move your business – If you don’t own the building where you conduct your day-to-day business, you will inevitably be considering your lease when it’s

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This Agent Keeps Hassling Me!

The call starts something like this: Me – “Hi, Super Agent Thor here, did you like X we saw? Be good to know,etc.” (To a prospect’s Voicemail)

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Self Managed Super – Your Questions Answered

Westpac are active in the Commercial Lending sphere, and this talk they are doing could provide you with some useful information. When: Wednesday 15/02/2012 Where: 260 Queen Street, Brisbane Time: 12:30 to 3pm. Cost: Free Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF’s) are

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Doing Deals Around Christmas

Real estate is not alone in being caught up in Christmas party fever! Whilst some prefer to hop between Christmas parties, others are still ‘nose to the grindstone’ working hard (yours truly included!). Some insight and notes on how to

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What to expect in a lease/offer to lease

Here are some of the basics that will form an offer to lease or a lease itself: Building Name Address Area(s) (sqm)

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Items to remember when or after moving

Some items to consider when you make the move are: Telecommunications – phone, internet & IT Clarify your new location detail, including alternate address options Advise clients/customers, suppliers, contractors, etc.

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Rents and GST

Many new to leasing wonder if commercial properties for rent are advertised including or excluding Goods and Services Tax (GST). Our policy is! All rents are plus GST (and not stated in advertising) If there is no GST (i.e owner is

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