Investing in property through superannuation is different to owning property directly:
- As a member of a super fund you can invest in property indirectly if your fund provides the option of investing in a property fund or property investment trust.
- A self-managed super fund can invest in property and own it directly although there are restrictions. A self-managed super fund can also indirectly invest in property through a managed fund or property investment trust. There are options for borrowing money through a self-managed super fund to invest in property too.
- Visit our AMP Capital website for more information about investing in property through managed funds.
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