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    No Doc 80%

    Thanks for the clarification Kristine..... Please let me know what your ING BDM says....I would be interested....Is it a general industry standard "no doc" meaning no income amount declared and no supporting docs and "lo doc" meaning income amount declared and no supporting docs or is that...
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    No Doc 80%

    Thanks Thanks Bradsdad 9.99%....interesting would like to know more.
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    No Doc 80%

    Great! Thanks Richard, Can you please email me I would like to know more.
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    No Doc 80%

    I spoke with ING and RAMS today.....ING is a lowdoc not at NO doc and RAMS at 80% is a low doc product! Does anyone know a 80% NO doc lender????
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    Property portfolio structure for tax etc.

    Thanks Tracey and handyandy.....will take me a while to digest this...I will certainly run it past my accountant and let you know how I go ....I really appreciate your time and input..Tracey....although you are not an accountant or solicitor you have provided me with more relevant information...
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    No Doc 80%

    Thank you Thanks for the welcome!!! I am returning from about a 3 year break....good to see a healthy body of discussion continues. I looked at the thread the ING product looks great. I am wanting a No Stated Income, no Assets & Liabilities, Registered ABN, but not GST What about...
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    Property portfolio structure for tax etc.

    From an accounting and tax point of view what is the best way to structure and property portfolio. If you were to start again from the beginning how would you structure it? I hear people talk about companies and trusts etc. Obviously there are tax advantages for these. What would be...
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    No Doc 80%

    What is the best deal out there on a 80% LVR no doc?
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