Investment opportunity for both new and current investors.
Own a piece of waterfront luxury for as low as $25 per week.*

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Hope Island, Qld

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About Anchorage Hope Island

Anchorage lies amid the very best of the Gold Coast’s northern corridor, one of the fastest-growing regions in Queensland. The development is an architect-designed residential resort comprising of seven contemporary buildings. Its prestigious 1.69ha waterfront block is among Hope Island’s most desirable positions, balancing access to the area’s lifestyle amenities with unimpeded ocean access on the water side.

The Gold Coast is Australia’s undisputed lifestyle capital and a centre of education and innovation. With a land supply shortage on the southern and central parts of the coast, all development and growth is being experienced in the Northern suburbs of Hope Island, Coomera and Pimpama. The under supply of rental properties in the increasingly popular northern corridor has resulted in vacancies of under 1% and an increase in rents.

Sophisticated resort-style living including:
Sports gym, Seychelles-style resort pool, landscaped grounds, marine facilities, expansive balconies and European appliances throughout with matching interior and exterior tiling.

  • Bridge-free deep water ocean access with marina berths
  • Surrounded by world famous golf courses Sanctuary Cove and Hope Island Resort
  • Body Corp Charges as low as $50 per week
  • Bosch Appliances and gas cook tops
  • Luxurious lagoon style pool
  • Views to Moreton Bay, hinterland and Surfers Paradise skyline
  • Deep planting and vegetable garden facilities
  • Enjoy the quiet serenity of the village atmosphere
  • 5 minutes to Hope Island Shopping Centre and Coles

Own a property at Anchorage Hope Island for as low as $25 a week.*

Many people are surprised when they learn just how little an investment property can cost them after they claim their negative gearing and depreciation tax benefits. To explain how claiming these deductions can assist an investor to purchase a property, we have done a case study on a real client.

*This scenario is based on a family of 2 adults & 2 children earning $70,000 & $40,000 respectively.

They contributed a 10% deposit of $48,500 plus initial expenses of $38,995 to purchase a property in Anchorage in Hope Island, QLD for $495,000 with a bank loan of $475,495 that has a variable interest rate of 5%.

 Cost expenses include:  Cash expenses include:
  • Stamp duty – $15,400
  • Solicitor’s fees – $2,500
  • Depreciation schedule – $385
  • Transfer & registration fees – $1,356.50
  • Land, water & body corporate adjustments at settlement – $1,000
  • Lender’s mortgage insurance – $10,928
  • Building & pest report – $450
  • Valuation fee – $275
  • Lender’s legal fees – $1,000
  • Finance brokerage fee – $5,701

Total initial expenses: $38,995.31

  • Interest – $23,775
  • Land & water rates – $2,500
  • Insurance – $238
  • Repairs – $500
  • Agents commission – $1,881
  • Body corporate – $3,224
  • Finance monitoring fees – $768

Total cash expenses: $32,885.77

 Non-cash expenses include:  They have income that includes:
    • Building depreciation $5,420
    • Chattels depreciation $5,825
    • Loan costs – $3,210

Total non-cash expenses: $14,455

These are items that the tax department will allow you in your tax return as a deduction that you don’t have to physically pay on an ongoing basis.

  • Tenant income – $475 per week
    (allowing for a 4 week vacancy rate) $22,800/year
  • Tax benefits (negative gearing) – $169 per week ($8,790/year)

Total cash expenses = $32,885 – total rent $22,800 – negative gearing $8,790 = $1,295

Client’s total contribution required: $25 per week ($1,295/year)

Title tenants in common 99% the higher income earner. Cost may vary over time with change of circumstances, interest rate fluctuation, cpi fluctuation, vacancy rate fluctuation. Lending criteria must be met and individual assessment will be required.

To learn more about how negative gearing can work for you or to learn more about South Lakes,
call us on 1800 263 980, or contact us using the form above.

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The information in this site is general in nature and has been prepared without taking into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs. You should look at your own personal situation and requirements before making any financial decisions. Equanimity Concepts Pty Ltd trading as EQC Wealth Management (ACN 134 439 704) holds Australian Credit Licence No. 388752. Keith Knights is a Corporate Authorised Representative 296168 of Australian Capital Financial Planning, Australian Financial Services Licence 380552