Investment Property Strategy - A Definitive List

Hi Rixter. I've added these.

Humbling to have your input. I've read many of your posts and my comment about a senior member was you (car/driving analogy). I'm currently getting my head around your preferred strategy/products at the moment - eg. townhouses in surrounding Brisbane satellite cells.

Thank you for your kind words..

If you ever need any help with creating your strategy, would just like to bounce ideas or have any questions on my investment story and CGA Strategy, feel free to message me via Skype.
 
Strategies include
Related party loans
- Spouse B boprrowing from Spouse A
- A borrowing from B
- A borrowing from a related party trust
Vendor finance
Installment contracts
Option to purchase
- slowly decreasing strike price
- increasing strike price
- strike price depending on valuation at the time of purchase
- at market rate
- at market rate less a discount
- buy and hold
- buy and hold and sell one property every now and then

Loan strucutre
debt recylcing


Different ownership structures
- sole
- joint
- TIC equal shares
- TIC unequal shares
-JT
- TIC with a company
- TIC with a trustee
- TIC with a SMSF
- Unit trust
- Units owned by SMSF
-Units owned by SMSF and individual separately
- Units owned by Spouse A and Spouse B separately
- Units owned by a DT
- Units owned by a company
- Units owned by a company with the shares owned by a DT
- Discretionary trust
- Life tenancy
- SMSF
- Custodian trustee of SMSF
- Company
- Shares owned by individuals
-shares owned by DT


etc etc
Never ending variations possible - ownership structure combined with loan structure combined with strategy.
 
@Finrod - unfortunately I can't edit my OP anymore. Otherwise I would have done this for you.

@WattleIdo & @MIW - Thanks for your input I can see what you mean now with products vs strategy. I plan to spend some time in this initial phase and all this input really helps me.
 
Strategies include
Related party loans
- Spouse B boprrowing from Spouse A
- A borrowing from B
- A borrowing from a related party trust
Vendor finance
Installment contracts
Option to purchase
- slowly decreasing strike price
- increasing strike price
- strike price depending on valuation at the time of purchase
- at market rate
- at market rate less a discount
- buy and hold
- buy and hold and sell one property every now and then

Loan strucutre
debt recylcing


Different ownership structures
- sole
- joint
- TIC equal shares
- TIC unequal shares
-JT
- TIC with a company
- TIC with a trustee
- TIC with a SMSF
- Unit trust
- Units owned by SMSF
-Units owned by SMSF and individual separately
- Units owned by Spouse A and Spouse B separately
- Units owned by a DT
- Units owned by a company
- Units owned by a company with the shares owned by a DT
- Discretionary trust
- Life tenancy
- SMSF
- Custodian trustee of SMSF
- Company
- Shares owned by individuals
-shares owned by DT


etc etc
Never ending variations possible - ownership structure combined with loan structure combined with strategy.

Wow, you've given me a lot to think about Terry. Thank-you.
 
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