Property Financing Tips
One issue that occasionally arises for investors and developers is that of capital gains tax (‘CGT’) on property subdivisions. As additional CGT exemptions may apply depending on your specific circumstances, it’s important for developers and investors to obtain individualised advice from tax professionals. These principles apply at a general level to capital gains tax and property subdivisions.
Capital Gains and Subdivision
It’s useful to note that quality property development and property valuation software will often incorporate inbuilt calculators or data input options for stamp duty, land tax, and GST, which can simplify the process of calculating tax liabilities for projects.
Financing is an integral aspect of any property development project. Knowing how much can be borrowed before commencing a project is pivotal to assessing its feasibility, which can be done accurately with property valuation software. Securing funding early on allows developers to manage costs and monitor and track cash flow from the project’s inception. While the borrowing context will vary depending on the lending institution and the developer’s situation, these are five practical tips to consider for securing development funding for any type of project.
1. Understanding Financing for Development Projects