SMSF Lending

SMSF lending refers to borrowing money through a self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) in order to invest in property or other assets. SMSF lending can be used to help grow the fund's balance and diversify its investments.

SMSF lending typically involves the SMSF borrowing money from a lender, such as a bank or financial institution, using the fund's assets as collateral. The borrowed funds are then used to purchase an investment property or other asset, which is held within the SMSF. The income generated by the asset is used to repay the loan, with any remaining income contributing to the growth of the SMSF.

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