Buying an investment property
Whether you're looking to generate capital growth, rental income or potential tax advantages, here's what you need to know to understand the financial and tax implications of buying an investment property.
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If you’ve decided that investing in property is the way to go, it’s important to recognise that the way you might choose an investment property is a little different to how you would choose your own home.
You need to know how much you can afford to spend and repay. Our calculators will help you work it out.
Do you want to pay interest only? Do you want to have the certainty of fixed rates, or have maximum flexibility? We’ll show you which loans and features to consider.
Things you should know
- The information contained within this page is general in nature. It serves as a guide only and does not take into account your personal financial needs. Before you act on this information you should seek independent legal and financial advice.
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- 1.The calculations we give you are a general guide only and are based on current interest rates which are subject to change. The formula used in these calculators may change. Before relying on the calculation you should seek independent advice. Calculations do not take into account fees and charges.