Investment Properties

Impressive Property Returns. Investment property deductions maximised with specialists who know how to claim. Talk to your ITP professional today and get the most out of your investment property.

Looking to jump into the property market through your business, trust or personal portfolio? How will this affect your tax refund and what can you claim? Investing in the property market for the first time is a big step. Whether you have one or multiple properties in your portfolio, our specialists at ITP Queensland can assist with the important processes and tax implications associated with purchasing investments in Australia as well as overseas.

We offer advice with tax on your investment property, the applicable deductions and negative gearing implications. Our services include considerations such as:

  • Rental income
  • Interest claims
  • Deductions
  • Repairs
  • Building costs
  • Depreciation
  • Write-offs

The costs associated with tax investment properties can be offset against your regular income, which makes the tax benefits of property investment in Australia particularly attractive.

Of course, we are available for advice and consultation all year round, so you’ll never be without a helpful hand from ITP Queensland.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does negative gearing work?

This tax strategy is the ability to offset the expenses associated with owning the investment property against assessable income. This includes interest paid on the property.

How will capital gains tax affect my income tax bracket?

Capital gains tax (CGT) is paid on an investment property when it is sold or otherwise disposed of. Capital gains tax is taxed differently to regular income but does affect your income tax bracket. Speak to our specialist tax agents to find out more.

What deductions can I claim on my property?

There are a number of deductions that you as a property owner will qualify for as well as depreciation on your assets. It is best to speak to one of our specialists to really understand what you can claim.