Australians are big fans of investing in residential property. Generations have built their wealth on bricks and mortar, secure in the knowledge that residential real estate can deliver regular, tax-friendly rent returns and long term growth in value.
The market is hot!
Competition amongst property investors across Australia is heating up and it’s never been more important to carefully think through your investment strategy, do your calculations and ensure you find the investment property loan that will maximise your returns.
Why choose Mortgage Choice?
Wide choice We can compare hundreds of highly competitive investment property loan options from a wide choice of lenders, including the big four banks.
No cost to youOur home loan service is no cost to you because the lenders pay us, so why not tap into our brokers’ expertise?
Less stress Your Mortgage Choice broker does all the legwork and running around to get you the right investment property loan for you.
Convenience Appointments to fit your busy lifestyle, at the time and place that suits you.
What our customers say
“I would like to wholeheartedly thank my Mortgage Choice broker for all the professional guidance and friendship they have shown us in the process of enabling acquisition of an investment property. It could not have happened without our broker’s assistance and we are enormously grateful. I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Mortgage Choice to prospective clients.”
– Alex Migachov
Benefits of investing in property
- 1 Regular rental income Unlike other investments like a term deposit or shares, property has the potential to deliver a return from day one.
- 2 Scarcity plus ongoing demand By its nature, land is in limited supply and this helps to underpin long term growth in the value of residential real estate.
- 3 Tax Benefits You are able to claim a tax deduction for a variety of expenses associated with owning a rental property.
- 4 A diverse investment Australia offers a diverse property market that offers choices between different states and territories; apartments versus houses; and regional or capital city locations.