Buying an investment property is one way of building wealth. The sale price of the property will almost certainly increase over time and, if what you receive in rent per month is greater than your mortgage payment, you’re immediately in profit. There are also a number of tax benefits that flow from property investment.
However, property investment is not for everyone and there can be risks involved. At TAG Property & Building Brokers we can help you decide whether or not investing in property is right for you.
At TAG Property & Building Brokers, we can give you all the advice you need to become a successful property investor and help you find the best property for you.
When it comes to investing, TAG understands that everyone’s financial circumstances are different.
Let us show you the various options available to you in your particular situation and start to put together your investment and wealth roadmap.
Combine the benefits of TAG’s financial expertise with these specially selected packages to maximise your returns.
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Enter a loan amount you would like to borrow, an interest rate and the term of the loan to get the minimum monthly repayment figure and the amount of principal and interest paid.
This loan simulation is not an offer and has no legal effect. It is a rough guide only. All interest rates, repayments and other benefits are based on a personalised simulation and certain assumptions and are approximate only.
This example is based on the assumption that you contribute 5% deposit towards a $390,000 house and land package plus all bank and government fees including Mortgage Insurance and Stamp Duty if applicable. This weekly repayment has been based on a loan amount of $370,500 making principle and interest repayments over a 30-year term with a variable interest rate of 5%. If interest rates increase during the loan term this would increase the weekly repayment.