Why choose Domaine Homes to invest in property?

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Why choose Domaine Homes to invest in property?

In short, our streamlined building process and affordable, transparent pricing create the investor's dream! Building an investment with Domaine means building a solid investment strategy with price, location and growth opportunities on your side.

Investing with Domaine Homes means
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Transparency

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We make it easy

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Speed

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Variety

Transparency

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Transparency

We don’t like hidden costs as much as the next person, so we give you up-front and transparent pricing with our range of professionally designed floorplans, our 12 pre-curated internal and external colour schemes, that fit with the latest styling trends and our range of upgrade packs designed to suit all budgets. Each floorplan has room for small adjustments and changes, although with our wide variety, we can guarantee you’ll find the perfect home design within your budget.

We make it easy

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We make it easy

No matter your level of investment experience, our consultants are here to guide you every step of the way. Our consultants have a wealth of knowledge knowing the upcoming estates within their area and can assist with finding blocks to suit your budget with their developer connections and knowledge within the market, to ensure you maximise your potential returns.

Speed

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Speed

No such thing as taking the slow road at Domaine, our tender to contract turnaround time is within 3 weeks, whilst for a full-priced fixed tender, some builders can take up to 3 months!


Our average build times are 36 weeks for single storey and 40 weeks for double. This means getting your investment income sooner rather than later.

Variety

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Variety

We have over 90 home designs to choose from, with detached and attached granny flat options, as well as home and land packages located in well-established and upcoming areas throughout NSW, so we are certain you'll find something perfect for you and your budget.

Turn Key Packages

We have a variety of turn-key packages, from our very own estates meaning, fencing driveway, blinds and landscaping is all included! Our estates are located all across NSW offering convenience in the form of amenities, transport options and schools for families and professionals alike - perfect for achieving maximum property growth.  How’s that for an investment package?!

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House Design: Louis 22
Facade: Lima
House Size: 201.1m2 (22sq)
Lot Size: 627m2
Bedrooms 4
Living Areas 2
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 2
House Design: Lux 18 Narrow
Facade: Sorrento
House Size: 162.6m2 (18sq)
Lot Size: 374m2
Bedrooms 4
Living Areas 2
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 1
House Design: Louis 22
Facade: Lima
House Size: 201.1m2 (22sq)
Lot Size: 627m2
Bedrooms 4
Living Areas 2
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 2
House Design: Lux 18 Narrow
Facade: Sorrento
House Size: 162.6m2 (18sq)
Lot Size: 374m2
Bedrooms 4
Living Areas 2
Bathrooms 2
Car Spaces 1
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Investing Rules

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Capital Gains Tax

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Positive and Negative Gearing

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Why Property Investing

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Investing Rules

Investing Rules

What is the 2% rule for an investment property?

The 2% rule, is a rule of thumb that is used as a general guideline for determining how much you should pay to buy an investment property. The main idea is to only buy properties that produce monthly rent of at least 2% of the purchase price, this would then be considered as a good investment. Anything below 2% would suggest the asset is not worth buying. The 2% rule is only a general guide, it cannot stand on its own as an indicator of how good an investment property actually is. It does not tell you anything about the property's condition, location, net rental income, cash on cash return, cap rate, or appreciation.

What is the 6 year rule for investment property in Australia?

Australia's six year absence rule allows you to turn your primary place of residence (PPOR) into an investment property and collect rent and claim depreciation for up to six years provided you've stopped living there. When it comes time to sell you won't be liable for capital gains tax or CGT for those six years.

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Capital Gains Tax

Capital Gains Tax

How to avoid capital gains tax on investment property in Australia?

If you live in the property for the first 6 months of purchase, you can avoid having to pay capital gains tax IF you sell the property 6 years AFTER the purchase date.

Can I move into my rental property to avoid capital gains tax?

Yes you can, as long as you don’t sell the property before the 6 year mark, you will not have

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Positive and Negative Gearing

Positive and Negative Gearing

What is Negative gearing?

Negative gearing means that the cost of owing and maintaining your investment property outweighs the rental income it generates. The difference is therefore a loss that can be claimed as a tax deduction, which reduces tax on your salary or overall income.

What is Positive gearing?

Positive gearing means that the income from your investment property exceeds your interest expenses and other deductions. This means that you may need to pay additional tax on the income derived from your investment property.

What is the difference between negative and positive gearing?

Positive gearing means your property is positively geared if the income from your investment is more than your interest payments and outgoings like maintenance and repair costs. Negatively gearing is when your property is negatively geared if the income from your investment is less than your interest payments and outgoings.

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Why Property Investing

Why Property Investing

Why invest in property instead of the stock market?

Property can be less volatile than other investments. To put simply, property is considered more stable and less risky. When you have an asset such as a share or stock, the value changes often, so this would be considered a riskier investment.

Is it worth investing in property in Sydney?

Depending on the location you purchase in Sydney the rental yield may not reflect the mortgage repayments, therefore you still may need to fork out money of your own to keep up with the repayments. Although, Sydney is a major city with a unique landscape, strong transport infrastructure and a highly desirable lifestyle therefore in the long term purchasing an investment property in Sydney could be a good investment.

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