Peer Estate was recently featured in an Australian Financial Review Special Report that discussed a range of new options available for property investors.
Peer Estate gives investors the ability to pick their own portfolio of property investments. Investors can take an interest in a property for as little as $5000.
They can match their risk tolerance [to their] investments, from lower risk and returns all the way up the risk spectrum.
Upcoming legislative changes that mean investors can only have assets of up to $1.6 million tax-free in pension phase, mean SMSF investors are increasingly looking outside direct residential real estate to obtain exposure to property. So this is making investments in property funds, as well as newer structures, rather than direct assets, more attractive to SMSF investors.
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