We understand that successful property investment is all about you and your return on investment. By investing in a newly built Carlisle home, you protect your investment and reduce your risk.
You can benefit from our contemporary designs, fixed pricing, energy efficient appliances, and quality assurance program, which includes a comprehensive 100-point Warranty Inspection.
Our home building process is simple and transparent. You receive more standard inclusions with Carlisle Homes and there are no surprises along the way. What you sign up for, is what you get.
Whether you’re investing in property for the first time, or adding to your current portfolio, it’s a big step. So we’ve put together a stack of information to help you understand the many critical factors that need to be taken into consideration:
Benefits of investing in a newly built Carlisle Home The benefits of choosing Carlisle as your investment home builder
Property investment opportunities and tips Find out why property investment is more stable than other forms of investment
Investment property checklist It pays to think about what you hope to achieve with your investment property
Finance and calculators for property investors See how much you can afford to borrow or how much you can expect as a return on your investment
FAQs for property investors Frequently asked questions about property investment
House & Land Packages Packages make it easier and faster to purchase investment property
You can feel confident in investing in a Carlisle Home because of our exceptionally high construction quality, full transparency, and impressive luxury inclusions to make everyday life better.
25 year structural guarantee: Ensure peace of mind in your investment with our solid 25-year structural guarantee.
Build time guarantee: We guarantee the completion date of your new investment property regardless of the changes made to it during construction.
Fixed price up front: You’ll get a fixed price contract and full transparency in all of your contractual dealings with us. That means there are no hidden fees or price shocks down the track.
Quality over quantity: We believe it’s all about building the highest quality home. That’s why we limit the number of homes we build and we have the lowest home-to-site-manager ratio in the industry. This means a higher level of professionalism, construction quality, and attention-to-detail.
Quality assurance program: Three months after construction is completed we’ll undertake a comprehensive 100-point Warranty Inspection. The inspection ensures that any issues are addressed and rectified.
More inclusions and higher quality inclusions: We believe that some inclusions should just be included in the base price of a home – and not seen as ‘extras’. Not only will you get more standard inclusions but trusted, quality products and brands.
Property investment financial advice: Our in-house construction finance specialists can help you find the right property investment financial solution to build your wealth.
Each property investor is unique; this is why Carlisle Homes offers a range of property investment opportunities such as:
Knockdown rebuild projects: demolish an existing structure and build a new home in its place. Great for premier suburbs where land is limited.
Townhomes: our affordable townhomes maximise space on a small block, and are full of turnkey meaning they've got everything they need for a tenant to move right in.
House & land packages: fixed-price packages make financial planning easy.
Ex-display homes: a popular option for investment, display homes have premium inclusions that are already built.
House & land packages and ex-display homes are the perfect solution for property investors. Our House & land team work in close relationship with trusted land developers to offer fixed price house & land packages for property investors.
A fixed price means the price you see listed is the fixed price you pay – with no hidden extras or additional costs. Carlisle has a wide selection of one and two storey house & land packages in great locations across the Melbourne metro area.
It may make recouping investment costs unachievable. But if you’re thinking about living in the house yourself later on, then overcapitalising is probably less important.
Too large and rental income may be insufficient to cover the cost of the property. Too small and you may not get the kind of tenants you want.
Young couples with kids? Or empty-nesters with steady retirement income?
Or additional income to superannuation? Is rental demand high in the area you’re looking to build?
Investing in a Carlisle home within your Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) makes for an ideal retirement investment strategy.
In recent years’ global financial markets have taken a battering and many seniors have lost significant chunks of their super investment by being part of once-reliable retail funds.
Investing in property through your Self Managed Super Fund is a popular and robust choice.
An SMSF has significant advantages over a conventional retail superannuation fund. The biggest of these is that you are in control of your retirement savings.
Owning residential property within your SMSF can provide you with significant tax benefits. Overall, it’s been proven to be a lower-risk investment option than playing the stock market or investing in a conventional retail superannuation fund that is affected by the fluctuations of world economic markets.
Investing your SMSF into bricks and mortar property is seen as a much less risky and more tangible investment and it puts you in control of your retirement investment.
Whether you are first-time investors or you looking to increase your current property investment portfolio, Carlisle Homes can help.
An investment property is a popular wealth creation tool because it is relatively low risk, helps grow capital, and provides regular cash flow in the form of rental income.
Wanting to invest in property but don’t know where to start? Our experienced mortgage consultants can help you create a financial solution tailor-made for you and your circumstances.
Work with one of our in-house construction finance specialists - they will take the hard work out of finding the right property investment loan for you.
Our finance specialists will help you:
When you’re building long-term wealth, investing in property has proved to be a low risk and stable investment strategy. History has shown that overall property values rarely go down. In comparison, investing in the stock market is a much higher risk investment. If you take the time to select your investment property well, you’ll not only benefit from a good return on your investment, but also receive steady cash flow from rental payments. You can also invest your super via a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF), read more about investing in property with a SMSF here.
If you’re borrowing for an investment property - rather than a home you’re going to live in - some lenders may charge a higher interest rate because they see the risk being greater. But not always! That’s why it pays to explore all of your options and research loan providers. Talk to one of investment property loan specialists or read more about loans for property investment at Loan Studio.
Yes. We recommend you talk to our financial advisors at Loan Studio - an industry-leading finance team available 7 days a week to help you find the right property investment loan for you.
When you’re investing in property it’s usually all about capital growth, so choosing a property that is most likely to increase in value is the most important thing to consider. Also, making sure that your property will provide you with steady rental income stream is also critical because this cash flow will provide income. To help you make the right decision on which type of property will help you get the best return for your investment please read our Property investment tips and opportunities.
If you are an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident buying property is pretty straightforward as long as you have the financial means to do so. However, if you’re neither of these the process can be a bit more complicated. Please read the FAQs on the Australian Government Foreign Investment Review Board website.
With over 70 new home designs to choose from Carlisle Homes has a design for every investor’s budget! Choose from single or double storey designs from either our three design ranges:
EasyLiving Range - home buying made easy
The T Range - true display living
Affinity Collection – affordable luxury Read more about suitable home designs for property investment
No, we also build on vacant land you may already own, or as part of a Knock Down Rebuild project.
You may seek out your own property investment advisor or accountant or you can also chat with our property investment specialists at Loan Studio.
Yes. If you’re already a home owner you may not need a deposit to fund the purchase of your investment property. Instead you may be able to use the power of your existing home’s equity.
If you have owned your home for a few years there’s a good chance you have built up some decent equity (the difference between your home’s market value and the balance of your mortgage). Want to know more about how to use the equity in your current home to buy your investment property? Get in touch with our property investment specialists at Loan Studio.
When it comes to property investment, gearing just means that you’re borrowing money to invest in property. That’s what it means to get a loan to invest in property. The reason why investors do this is that gearing allows you to invest in an asset of far greater value than you could afford otherwise.
Negative gearing is when the cost of owning and maintaining a property (including interest on the loan – but not repayments on the principal loan amount) outweighs the rental income of the property. The reason why this is called negative is that the difference is a loss that can be claimed as a tax deduction, reducing tax payable on other types of income including your wage or salary.
Positive gearing occurs when the income from your investment property exceeds your interest expense and other deductions. In this case, you may be subject to additional tax on income derived from your investment property.
Co-ownership and joint ownership means that you can pool your financial resources with friends and/or family to help you invest in property. However, this strategy carries more risk because one of your co-investors may become bankrupt or suffer other financial hardship. If you choose this strategy please ensure you access to the right legal advice to create a contract that outlines each applicant’s commitment and percentage of ownership after paying off the mortgage.
The right loan will depend on several factors including how much equity you may have in your current home. If you need some help finding the right loan for you please contact our property investment specialists at Loan Studio.
Looking for some guidance on your next investment? Enquire below or contact us on 13 27 67 to speak to an investment specialist!