Using Your Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) For Property Investment

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Investing in property through a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) has become increasingly popular among Australian investors. This strategy offers potential tax benefits and increased control over retirement savings. However, it’s crucial to understand the rules, costs, risks, and strategic considerations involved. This article, drawing on insights from sources like MoneySmart.gov.au, SuperGuide.com.au, H&R Block and more, […]

Asset Finance Unlocked with Reventon

In today’s dynamic economic landscape, managing finances effectively has never been more critical. Whether it’s for personal aspirations or business objectives, the right financial support can make all the difference. Reventon Finance is proud to announce that we’ve expanded our portfolio of services to include asset, car, and personal finance solutions, offering a one-stop financial […]

Embracing Electric Vehicles, Novated Leases and Tax Benefits

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Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is of a general nature only and does not take into account your personal needs, objectives, or financial circumstances. Always seek professional advice before making any financial decisions. In the ever-evolving landscape of finance, Reventon Finance stands at the forefront, guiding our clients towards innovative solutions that cater […]

Inflation, Interest Rates & Property Investors

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Disclaimer: This article is written in a general nature only and should not be considered financial advice. Always consult a professional before making any financial decisions. After 15 months of pain, with high inflation rates and the RBA passing on 12 rate rises since May 2022, Australia has witnessed a drop in inflation in consecutive […]

A Guide to Refinancing Investment Property Loans at Tax Time

Tax time is a period when many individuals consider refinancing their loans, particularly investment property loans. Refinancing an investment property can offer various benefits, such as obtaining a lower interest rate or consolidating debt. However, it is crucial to understand the costs and considerations involved in the refinancing process. This guide provides an overview of […]

The Benefits of Debt Consolidation: Taking Control of Your Finances

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Debt consolidation is a financial strategy that involves combining multiple debts into a single loan, simplifying your repayment process and potentially reducing the overall interest paid. The Reventon finance team can assist you in exploring the various benefits of debt consolidation and how it can help you regain control over your finances. In our monthly […]

Asset Finance & Personal Loans Now Available

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The Reventon finance team, winners of multiple industry awards for mortgage financing, are pleased to announce that we can now offer both business asset finance and unsecured personal loans. Whether you need finance for business equipment or for a car, boat, caravan loan etc, our experienced lending team understands the market and is dedicated to […]

More Banks Offering Cash Back Deals

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Cash Back Updates – Mortgage Refinance Banks are continuing to offer borrowers cashback deals in an effort to lure larger market share. According to analysis by industry leaders there are now 12 banks offering $4,000 cash back on a $500,000 loan. Ubank is offering up to $6,000, ANZ up to $4,000, CBA and NAB $2,000, […]

How to Choose a Mortgage Broker

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Mortgage brokers are professional financial specialists who assist borrowers in obtaining a home loan. They work with multiple lenders to find the best mortgage product that fits the borrower’s specific financial needs and goals. This could be anything from first home buyer loans to mortgage refinance and property investment loans.  Mortgage brokers act as the […]

Mortgage “Cliff” Claims Overstated

Despite media claims of a mortgage “cliff” leading to a drastic drop in consumer spending, recent evidence suggests that the impact of higher interest rates on the Australian economy will be minimal. According to a report by investment bank Citi, only 4% of households are expected to be affected by the rollover from lower fixed […]