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  • wilko1 replied to the topic Researching a Developer in the forum Help Needed! 11 months ago

    Does anyone have any experience with this developer?

    No, sorry.

    How do you protect yourself from developer insolvency risk?

    Not really any risk of that, There is actually greater risk with the builder (unless you are calling the developer the builder in this post). If you are buying a house and land package then you are settling and purchasing…[Read more]

  • Hi Mitch, You don’t need to spend the 40K.
    Its not any better in the UK then it is mastering Australian Property
    They use various NLP techniques to persuade you to invest, I hope you did stay away.
    You could of invested that 40k into paying consultants and specialists here in Australia for months and months and learnt off of them.

  • Well I should say, fund it with your Line of credit so you can claim the interest and sit your savings in a offset against your PPOR until required (use last)

  • Set a line of credit or similar up with your current lender and then go to another lender that is interested in Construction loans. If you are just dividing the land and selling though as land only, Most banks will consent to the division unless value of the new security (new blocks of land) is less then the current property with improvements (if…[Read more]

  • wilko1 replied to the topic Developer help in the forum Value Adding 1 year ago

    Most likely, your family member contributed the land as equity or their “contribution” to the deal and the developer put forward the cash for the upfront costs.

    What part of the construction finance are you not able to come up with, the equity (you might have it in your land you already own) or the servicing ?

  • Move into the highest net profit dwelling after apportionment done. Sell remaining 4.

  • Move into the highest net profit dwelling after apportionment done.

  • Develop the building yourself ?
    Invest in a fund, Joint venture, Crowd fund, Go it alone.

  • wilko1 replied to the topic CGT liable? in the forum Legal & Accounting 1 year, 1 month ago

    Did you rent it Immediately after owning it ?
    Most likely yes there will be some but apportioned for the time rented vs PPOR. I am sure another one of the experts will give you further detail

    Cheers

  • Thanks Ethan!
    Just had to amend that IRR. The feaso (feastudy) program did not like a value (less then 3 months, must be a glitch). Calculate using the feasibility program.
    Estate Master will do it for you as well, and will also let you included a cost of capital as well, (as you say money invested is money not offset, which is a cost).
    Plenty…[Read more]

  • Hi Greg

    Where I would trim the fat in your fictitious flip is this.
    – Holding costs, 6 Months to complete renovation, way to long (are you just working weekends?), Speed is the key. (If the renovation could take longer, get early access on a unconditional contract, finish the renovation before you even settlement, some risks here, You would…[Read more]

  • Hi Greg

    Where I would trim the fat in your fictitious flip is this.
    – Holding costs, 6 Months to complete renovation, way to long (are you just working weekends?), Speed is the key. (If the renovation could take longer, get early access on a unconditional contract, finish the renovation before you even settlement, some risks here, You would…[Read more]

  • Hi Greg

    Where I would trim the fat in your fictitious flip is this.
    – Holding costs, 6 Months to complete renovation, way to long (are you just working weekends?), Speed is the key. (If the renovation could take longer, get early access on a unconditional contract, finish the renovation before you even settlement, some risks here, You would…[Read more]

  • Hi Greg

    Where I would trim the fat in your fictitious flip is this.
    – Holding costs, 6 Months to complete renovation, way to long (are you just working weekends?), Speed is the key. (If the renovation could take longer, get early access on a unconditional contract, finish the renovation before you even settlement, some risks here, You would…[Read more]

  • a) Hire yourself as property manager for 2 years.
    b) only take out commercial loans, or deal with the commercial lenders so they can assess your loans as actual, not at 7.2% etc.

  • wilko1 replied to the topic Inspections in the forum General Property 1 year, 2 months ago

    Just request the agent ask the tenant to send you a photo, really a 1 minute activity
    If the agent cannot do that. Get a new agent, bet you will have the photo within the hour.
    Your paying the agent to manage your property not have them manage you.

  • Hi Darren

    A disappointing story to be sure when you just want to be heard and are treated indifferently.

    One of the issues you are having here is you constantly approaching different builders.
    Approach a building designer only, agree with that designer that you will own the copyright of the plans so that if you choose to tender with multiple…[Read more]

  • Good job on the buy and hold position. Now see if we can put some detail into your questions.

    – I have read many posts containing horror stories about the time for DA approval, why is there so much uncertainty with the time for approval? How can it vary from 3 months to 2 years and What is it that is actually taking up this time? Is it purely b…[Read more]

  • Good job on the buy and hold position. Now see if we can put some detail into your questions.

    – I have read many posts containing horror stories about the time for DA approval, why is there so much uncertainty with the time for approval? How can it vary from 3 months to 2 years and What is it that is actually taking up this time? Is it purely b…[Read more]

  • Good job on the buy and hold position. Now see if we can put some detail into your questions.

    – I have read many posts containing horror stories about the time for DA approval, why is there so much uncertainty with the time for approval? How can it vary from 3 months to 2 years and What is it that is actually taking up this time? Is it purely b…[Read more]

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