SMSF Borrowing ServicesMultiport makes it easy
The rules for borrowing to buy property in your SMSF are complex. While there are many potential benefits of acquiring a property through your superannuation fund, there are key considerations to ensure that your SMSF remains compliant throughout the process.
With our SMSF Gearing Package, Multiport makes the process easy for you by providing access to a competitive gearing solution all through one single application.
Coupled with either a daily or annual Multiport SMSF administration service, you can now enjoy a fully integrated solution. Our significant industry expertise delivers peace of mind.
The following features are included in the gearing package and are all included in our fee.
- Security Custodian Trust Deed
- Review of existing SMSF Trust Deed (where applicable)
- New corporate trustee for the Security Custodian Trust
- Stamping of Security Custodian Trust
- Processing and relationship management with third parties
- Assistance and communication of timeframes to you and your adviser (if applicable)
To view our SMSF Gearing Fact Sheet, please click here
To download our SMSF Gearing Package service guide, please click here
To download our SMSF Gearing Package application form, please click here
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