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Episode 11 – Negative Gearing. What is it and Why do it?

 

Welcome to the eleventh episode of the Expat Mortgage Podcast where we discuss the latest issues of securing and maintaining an Australian mortgage whilst you are a Australian expat.

Negative gearing is a commonly used phrase in Australia as is vegimite but what is it and why do it.

In today’s episode we run through how negative gearing works and whether a Australian expat should consider this when managing their Australia property portfolio with their mortgages.

The startegy of using negative gearing as a expat (and pitfalls) also highlights our commonly used phrase of not managing your wealth like an Australian resident when you live overseas as a expat.

Discussion Points on Todays Podcast Episode

 

In this episode we discuss what is negative gearing and should a Australian expat consider it as part of their property portfolio.

Some of the key points we consider include:

  • What is negative gearing?
  • How is it done on properties?
  • Why do people do it?
  • What benefits does it provide?

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The Expat Mortgage Podcast is all about helping Australian expats secure and maintain a Australian mortgage whilst they’re living and working overseas.

This podcast is brought to you by Atlas Mortgages which is part of the Atlas Wealth Group who is the leading provider of Australian expat financial services.

Atlas Mortgages works with Australian expats in over 30 countries and we make it our job to speak to 30 Australian Mortgage Lenders and review over 500 Australian Mortgage products to ensure that not only can you that mortgage as a Australian expat but also provide you with a loan that is right for you and your circumstances.

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