In whose name do you buy your next property?

By: Cordato Partners, Business Lawyers, Property Lawyers and Tourism Lawyers  06-Mar-2013
Keywords: Business Lawyer, Property Investment Lawyer

There are three choices to make when buying a property - 1) The Property - what kind to buy, where, and what price? 2) The Finance - what lending ratio and who to borrow the money from? 3) The Buyer - in whose name do you buy the property? The name could be a personal name, or a legal structure such as a family trust or an SMSF. How do you decide? Read my article on www.propertyinvestmentlawyer.com.au

Keywords: Business Lawyer, Property Investment Lawyer

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