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If the answer isyes,you may be prepared to rent your house on your own. If you answered no to any of the above questions,you can always hire a property manager to handle some or all of the landlord responsibilities for you.

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  • Can I rent a property from myself?

  • Renting a property from yourself and to yourself is going to be a personal expense no matter which way you try and spin it. The ATO is going to see that as a personal expense and you檙e highly likely to get audited. I do suggest that you go and see a professional tax accountant about this, and they can discuss it with you in more detail.

  • Can you rent a property to yourself under a trust?

  • The trust owns it. The negative gearing benefits that come with owning a property in your own name don exist under a trust. Therefore the whole tax advantage of renting a property to yourself falls by the wayside. There are some rare circumstances where it is going to be beneficial for you to rent the property to yourself.

  • Can I rent out a house I just bought?

  • The answer, then, is that you probably cannot rent out a house you just bought. Some lenders will consider extenuating circumstances; you can discuss your situation to determine if the lender will make an exception in your case.

  • Can I Sell my Self rental property tax free?

  • If you didn have a self rental but instead owned the home you would be able to sell the home tax free. If you lived in the home for 24 months out of the proceeding 5 years you would may be eligible to deduct up to $250,000 in capital gains ($500,000 if you檙e married filing jointly) from the sale of your home.