As an Australian Ex-pat living in the U.S., filing your property tax returns, or even applying for a mortgage in Australia can be a daunting process. Having a reliable expert on hand can make all the difference.

Odin Mortgage and Tax has helped more than 5000 Ex-pats all over the world apply for mortgages, and lodge their property tax returns.

Today’s video with Ben Wong, a mortgage broker and Co-Founder, and Pau Lam the Ex-pat Tax Director at Odin Mortgage and Tax will be sharing their expert advice and valuable insights, especially for Aussie Ex-pats living in America.

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 01:16 How do I obtain financing as an Expatriate?
  • 07:15 What is the Process for purchasing Australian property?
  • 11:27 What are the tax implications for Ex-pats buying property in Australia?
  • 14:14 Are there any restrictions on foreign ownership of property in Australia?
  • 15:46 How do exchange rates and currency fluctuations impact my property purchase?
  • 21:51 What are the ongoing costs associated with owning property in Australia?
  • 24:39 Can I rent out my property in Australia while living abroad?
  • 26:13 What mortgage options and loan features are available to Ex-pats?
  • 33:02 Are there any government incentives or grants available to Ex-pats purchasing property in Australia?
  • 34:39 How can Ex-pats take advantage of Negative Gearing when investing in Australian property?
  • 36:36 Wrap-Up of Odin Mortgage and Tax Interview

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