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Real Estate Investment Guides for your State

Buying property as an investment differs from being an owner occupier in a lot of fundamental, important ways and each state and territory across Australia has different laws you need to be aware of.

To help you we have compiled the following in-depth property investing guides for each state and territory.  We look at the different types of property investing, the options you have for financing it, how and where to find the right property.  We look at the specific taxes you will need to pay in each state an highlight what you need to consider when it comes to managing your property.

Our local property management team are experts in this area and would be delighted to discuss any question you have.

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Guide to Property Investing in Western Australia

Are you looking to invest in Western Australian property? Whether it is Perth or the regions here is an overview of what you need to know. From where to research the market, how to find the right Western Australian investment property that meets your needs, understanding the taxes you will have to pay and the tax benefits you could receive through to managing a Western Australian investment property and questions to ask a potential property manager.

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Guide to Property Investing in the Northern Territory

Investing in property in the Northern Territory is different to all other states and territories. Here is a succinct guide to help you understand what is involved. From the different types of investment options - negative or positively geared, through to financing a Northern Territory property purchase, investment taxes and tax benefits through to managing an investment property and questions you should ask when interviewing a property manager.

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Guide to Property Investing in New South Wales

Each state and territory has different laws and regulations around property investing. If you are buying a property inter state it is important to understand the local rules. Here is what you need to know if you are considering property investing in NSW.

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