It’s possible to outperform traditional industry super funds by using the vehicle of property development within a self-managed super fund.
A common method for investors to tap into their superannuation to invest in property is to utilise a self-managed super fund (SMSF) and a Unit Trust. Most of our property developments are structured as Unit Trusts, which means that investors with a SMSF may invest in our investment opportunities.
However, there are some legislative restrictions and requirements in place in regards to SMSF investing. To ensure that your SMSF investment is compliant with ATO regulations, we recommend engaging the services of licensed professionals to assist you if you have not already done so.
When handled properly, a self-managed super fund is capable of outperforming the traditional industry super funds that many of us are investing with. Here are some performance comparisons with the largest Australian superannuation funds.
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