Many investors don't realise they may be eligible to claim depreciation of renovations completed by previous owners of their investment property. The depreciation claimable will depend on when the property was purchased and the nature and extent[...]
What is the fee for an established residential house?
Established residential properties are those that are not brand new when they are purchased ie. the property has been purchased second-hand.
A Tax Depreciation Schedule (also known as a Capital Allowance and Tax Depreciation Schedule or Quantity Surveyors Report, or Rental Property Depreciation Report) is a document, typically prepared by a professional Quantity Surveyor, that clearly[...]
If your retirement plan relies on Real Estate, you absolutely must know what Jane Slack-Smith is about to reveal in her free webinar: The New Rules For Property Investing In 2017.
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We were anticipating a show of commitment to address housing affordability in Tuesday[...]
Every year, thousands of properties are affected by events such as natural disasters and other unforeseen circumstances. In these situations, property investors often find themselves in the stressful situation of having to replace many assets and[...]
Our ACT Director Sean Loftie-Easton has been featured in the recent B2B Magazine in ACT. Find out what Sean has to say about how we can assist other professionals working with property investors in the ACT, and what makes Capital Claims Tax[...]
Looking for ways to quickly improve the cash flow of your investment property? Here are 5 suggestions you can consider:
If you’ve replaced or added assets to your investment property, it’s important to upgrade your tax depreciation schedule so you can claim on the new items from the time you install them.