What is an SMSF?

An SMSF stands for Self-Managed Super Fund which is a type of super fund that is
managed by the client where the client is the trustee. This allows the client to have more

autonomy when it comes to managing investments. You can also hire a financial advisor

who can help manage the fund.

What is an SMSF loan?

An SMSF loan is a limited recourse borrowing arrangement (LRBA) that your superfund
enters in order to purchase property as an investment.

How much do I need to pay upfront?

Schedule a free 15-minute call with our SW Capital experts to discuss how you can use

your SMSF to pay for all fees and costs.

What is the average return on investment?

The annual growth rate for residential properties in Australia since 2004 is 6.0% with
more data to come on recent property growth rates.


Why is an SMSF better than a traditional super fund?

Traditional super funds don’t allow you the flexibility and autonomy that an SMSF can
provide. Setting up an SMSF is a great way to access funds to invest in residential or

commercial property.

Do you help find and lease the property?

Our trusted partners with SW Capital can help clients find and lease their investment
properties, supporting you at every step of the investing process.