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GAME CHANGER TO INVEST YOUR SUPER DOLLARS IN PROPERTY

Super is the often forgotten and ever-growing lump sum behind all working Australians – and it can now be leveraged as your entrance to the property market.

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WHAT FACTORS MAKE FOR LONG-TERM PROPERTY INVESTMENT SUCCESS?

If only we had bought more property 20 years ago! With the benefit of hindsight, we all look at historical property prices and wish we had bought more back in the day. It’s all too painful to look at a multi-million dollar property only to find out that it was once only a small fraction of the current price.

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5 tips for decorating a rental

Property investors increasingly are realising the value of home styling; case in point Grant Brits, CEO of Superestate, a hot new super fund investing super into residential property.
“We worked with Bowerbird on the styling of our property,” says Grant. “As property investors we fully appreciate the value that styling can add to a property. Superestate is one of the first property investors to really apply this to a rental property.”

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SKY NEWS REAL ESTATE - INVESTING YOUR SUPER IN RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

Superestate discussing how to invest your superannuation in residential real estate with the team from Sky News Real Estate.

 



NEW SUPERANNUATION FUND TO INVEST IN RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

A new superannuation fund that will invest in residential property is hoping to attract young workers that can't afford to get into the housing market.
Superestate is the creation of Grant Brits a former investment banker and Olympic swimmer who said he came up with the idea after seeing his friends and family in Sydney struggle with the financial barriers of residential property.

"When we applied this issue to our retirement, it made a lot of sense that our super should be exposed to residential property," he told The Australian Financial Review.

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GBST, Superestate launch digital super product

Fintech company GBST has teamed up with Superestate, a start-up that provides superannuants with access to the Australian property market outside the self-managed super fund (SMSF) structure, to launch a new digital super fund.
Using the end-to-end solution, Superestate members will be able to sign up and join, find, and consolidate all or part of their superannuation holdings in an efficient timeframe.

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super fund joins forces with GBST

Superestate, which launched in March by Olympic medalist Grant Brits and is issued by Tidswell Financial Services, is designed to allow non-SMSF investors to access the residential property market. Its partnership with GBST has produced an online platform for member engagement through a variety of channels.

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SUPERESTATE - UNLOCKING THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MARKET FOR ALL AUSTRALIANS

“Superestate is a superannuation fund that has created a new way for all Australians to access the residential property market.” Superestate CEO, Grant Brits, says. “We’re making residential property accessible to all Australians, if you have super, you can now become a property investor.”
Superestate allows members to invest a portion of their super in a portfolio of high-quality residential property. When joining, members choose 25% or 50% exposure to residential property, with remaining balances invested in a diversified portfolio of Australian & International shares, infrastructure, fixed income and cash.

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GBST LAUNCHES DIGITAL SUPERANNUATION PRODUCT WITH SUPERESTATE

GBST and Superestate launch new digital superannuation fund with state of the art technology and mobile accessibility.
GBST provides an innovative solution that integrates strengths in Composer, open web services, market leading SBR2 manager and our SuperStream Gateway.

GBST and Superestate worked in an agile partnership model to develop the online superannuation offering that provides Superestate a secure, member-orientated platform allowing greater
communication and engagement with their members through a variety of Digital channels.

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GAME CHANGER TO INVEST YOUR SUPER DOLLARS IN PROPERTY

Super is the often forgotten and ever-growing lump sum behind all working Australians – and it can now be leveraged as your entrance to the property market.

Read Full Article

WHAT FACTORS MAKE FOR LONG-TERM PROPERTY INVESTMENT SUCCESS?

If only we had bought more property 20 years ago! With the benefit of hindsight, we all look at historical property prices and wish we had bought more back in the day. It’s all too painful to look at a multi-million dollar property only to find out that it was once only a small fraction of the current price.

Read Full Article

5 TIPS FOR DECORATING A RENTAL

Property investors increasingly are realising the value of home styling; case in point Grant Brits, CEO of Superestate, a hot new super fund investing super into residential property.
“We worked with Bowerbird on the styling of our property,” says Grant. “As property investors we fully appreciate the value that styling can add to a property. Superestate is one of the first property investors to really apply this to a rental property.”

Read Full Article

SKY NEWS REAL ESTATE - INVESTING YOUR SUPER IN RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

Superestate discussing how to invest your superannuation in residential real estate with the team from Sky News Real Estate.


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NEW SUPERANNUATION FUND TO INVEST IN RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

A new superannuation fund that will invest in residential property is hoping to attract young workers that can't afford to get into the housing market.
Superestate is the creation of Grant Brits a former investment banker and Olympic swimmer who said he came up with the idea after seeing his friends and family in Sydney struggle with the financial barriers of residential property.

"When we applied this issue to our retirement, it made a lot of sense that our super should be exposed to residential property," he told The Australian Financial Review.

Read Full Article

GBST, SUPERESTATE LAUNCH DIGITAL SUPER PRODUCT

Fintech company GBST has teamed up with Superestate, a start-up that provides superannuants with access to the Australian property market outside the self-managed super fund (SMSF) structure, to launch a new digital super fund.
Using the end-to-end solution, Superestate members will be able to sign up and join, find, and consolidate all or part of their superannuation holdings in an efficient timeframe.

Read Full Article

SUPER FUND JOINS FORCES WITH GBST

Superestate, which launched in March by Olympic medalist Grant Brits and is issued by Tidswell Financial Services, is designed to allow non-SMSF investors to access the residential property market. Its partnership with GBST has produced an online platform for member engagement through a variety of channels.

Read Full Article

SUPERESTATE - UNLOCKING THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MARKET FOR ALL AUSTRALIANS

“Superestate is a superannuation fund that has created a new way for all Australians to access the residential property market.” Superestate CEO, Grant Brits, says. “We’re making residential property accessible to all Australians, if you have super, you can now become a property investor.”
Superestate allows members to invest a portion of their super in a portfolio of high-quality residential property. When joining, members choose 25% or 50% exposure to residential property, with remaining balances invested in a diversified portfolio of Australian & International shares, infrastructure, fixed income and cash.

Read Full Release


GBST LAUNCHES DIGITAL SUPERANNUATION PRODUCT WITH SUPERESTATE

GBST and Superestate launch new digital superannuation fund with state of the art technology and mobile accessibility.
GBST provides an innovative solution that integrates strengths in Composer, open web services, market leading SBR2 manager and our SuperStream Gateway.

GBST and Superestate worked in an agile partnership model to develop the online superannuation offering that provides Superestate a secure, member-orientated platform allowing greater
communication and engagement with their members through a variety of Digital channels.

Read Full Release


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