These calculators are available to provide you an estimate on your circumstances. To further seek actual figures, please speak to an industry professional.
Estimate the loan payments/amounts.
Stamp Duty Calculator
Estimate the stamp duty applicable to your potential purchase.
Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these calculators, the results should be used as indication only. They are neither a quote or a pre-qualification for a home loan.
Tax Depreciation Calculator
Estimate the depreciation potential for your investment.
Disclaimer: The depreciation calculator above is provided as a general guide to allow you to estimate the potential depreciation you may be entitled to claim on a property. However, the Calculator is not endorsed by the Australia Taxation Office and uses general assumptions concerning construction type, quality and condition of inclusions and length of ownership. The results produced by the Calculator and the general assumption referred to above may differ from your personal circumstances. You acknowledge and agree you must undertake your own analysis and obtain independent legal, financial and taxation advice before using, relying or acting on any information produced by the Calculator.
Any information produced by the Calculator concerning the anticipated future depreciation of a property is not representation as to future matters. No representation is made that you will be entitled to claim any depreciation amount generated by the Calculator. Neither BMT Tax Depreciation, nor its directors, shareholders or advisors make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of information produced by the Calculator. Nor will they have any liability to you or any other party for any representations (expressed or implied) contained in, or any omissions from, that information.
This is an estimate only and should not be applied or acted upon. Depreciation of plant is based on the Diminishing Value method of depreciation applying Low-Value Pooling. The Division 43 Write Off Allowance is calculated via the Prime Cost Method. This estimate is based upon legislation in force at the date of the report production.