In giving people the means to bypass the banks, thereby directing capital straight to where it’s required virtually ‘in the moment’, the Internet provides us with a viable pathway to effective social equity.
Brisbane, QLD, Australia (PRWEB) June 05, 2015
With housing’s popularity as a commodity continuing to escalate as more people are assuming control of their own retirement portfolios, further significant growth in SMSF property investment is anticipated into the future.
But the virtual impossibility for the ‘average’ investor to actively develop property in an SMSF has long been one of the downfalls of DIY fund management, reserving this particular strategy for profiteering property high rollers.
In response to this downfall a new approach to SMSF property has been developed.
Brisbane based company, SMSF Property Capital, is using the Internet’s capacity for real-time information exchange to provide investors with access to the value-add potential of property development, minus the inherent risks of bank funding.
SMSF Property Capital can achieve exceptional returns through its highly efficient value stream, bypassing commercial lenders with a property development approach that directs the investment straight into the production of a saleable real estate asset.
“We are in the midst of a global technological transition,” explains SMSF Property Capital director, Ian Haycroft, “with the Internet providing ‘ordinary people’ the ability to reclaim their economic power, as is evidenced by the increasing emergence of crowdfunding platforms and peer-to-peer lending.
“In giving people the means to bypass the banks, thereby directing capital straight to where it’s required virtually ‘in the moment’, the Internet provides us with a viable pathway to effective social equity.”
Haycroft says they’re simple, transparent approach gives ‘everyday’ investors access to the substantial profits that can be realised through SMSF property development, which has been virtually impossible in the past due to regulatory borrowing restrictions.
“Now we can distribute information directly to customers in real time, thereby creating an immediate flow of capital from the investor, to the project development process, and then back to the investor with potentially double-digit returns,” says Haycroft.
The Investor's Guide to SMSF Property Development
The importance of a meaningful information exchange that provides greater value to customers is evident within the SMSF Property Capital website, which now features the ‘The Investor's Guide to SMSF Property Development' and the 'SMSF Property Rules for Investing' Guide.
Delving into all aspects of the SMSF investment strategy, this comprehensive report provides a multi-dimensional perspective, enabling investors to evaluate the SMSF property development approach in light of their own personal objectives and needs.
Investors considering SMSF property investment will find answers to many of their questions in the Investor’s Guide to SMSF Property Development, along with a detailed explanation as to how SMSF Property Capital is revolutionizing the production and performance of residential real estate, as a high-yielding asset.
To learn more about SMSF Property Investment, please visit http://www.smsfproperty.net.au/
SMSF Property Capital
Level 1, 800 Kingsford Smith Drive
Eagle Farm QLD 4009
About SMSF Property Capital:
SMSF Property Capital offers a refreshing and effective way to use self-managed super funds to invest in property development. Based in Australia, they use a unique no-debt model that helps to reduce risk and promote greater returns.