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Own your own rooms.

Buying your own practice premises is a significant step in the growth of your business. Not only will it rid you of that nosey landlord, but it’s an investment in your business. Owning the property will give you the certainty of tenure and will allow you to invest in your rooms with the knowledge that you’re adding value to YOUR property, not someone else’s.

But you need to start off on the right foot – and by right foot, we mean right finance. Securing the right financial structure from the beginning means you avoid the pitfalls later on. You’ll want to save on stamp duty, allow for capital gains tax concessions as well as ensure you’ve got some spare change to run the business.

At Credabl, we partner with you from day one to make sure there are no hiccups. Nobody likes hiccups.

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Our commercial property loan features.

Better medical finance can make a big difference to your practice.

$1 borrowed = 1 Qantas Point*
Up to 100% finance available
Fixed, variable and interest-only options
The ability to borrow through Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF)
Construction loans
Access to solutions for pure investment into commercial property

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As the saying goes, cash is king! So, we’ll do everything in our power to ensure the repayments are manageable for you and your practice. After all, that's what we're here for.

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