Since the release of the first edition of How to Invest in Property through Self Managed Super this investment strategy has increased in popularity. So much so that industry spokespeople have raised concerns that SMSF trustees are responsible for inflating property prices! Author, Martin Murden, an accountant and self-managed superannuation fund specialist, doubts this is the case. He admits that super is an excellent vehicle for accumulating wealth and saving for retirement and Australians have had a long-standing love affair with property. By combining the two, many think they have achieved a match made in heaven. However, there is a lot to consider before using your SMSF to invest in property, and in particular borrowing to invest, it is best to have all the facts. Fully updated and revised, with a brand new chapter, the book covers:1. Comparison between direct vs indirect property ownership through your SMSF2. Buying with cash or borrowings3. What property your SMSF can and cannot buy4. Buying with a partnership or trust5. How your investment property will be taxed6. What happens when you sell the property7. Managing your investment property in retirement.