It depends on the structure of your existing portfolio and the structure of what you're planning to do. When I say structure, I mean the ownership of existing and new IPs and which lenders your existing IPs are held by.
I'm hesitant to elaborate too much as it can come down to the individual circumstances. Get in touch with me if you like to have a specific discussion.
Maybe because i for one have no idea how buying in a trust will increase your serviceability unless it recieves a capital injection equal to the deposit + expenses and all loans are in the trustee's (which is'nt you) name.
So that you don't put any loans and/or payment on your forms.
What PT is saying is that some things arent going to be let go too easily, although broking can be black box technology, some fuzzy logic, emotional intelligence, and few years hard yards experience may provide solutions in terms of lending and structure that the black box can not.