Grow your potential with an SMSF investment loan

A Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) loan is a popular option if you are unable to buy an investment property outright.

Liberty SuperCredit is a ready-made SMSF investment loan that helps you to tap into your SMSF to help you buy that investment property for your future financial security.

Our SuperCredit loan is not limited by the size of your SMSF and there are no minimum contribution requirements.

At a glance

Rate (per annum)*
Rate From 5.70%
Features Commercial Residential
Maximum LVR < 80% < 80%
Maximum loan amount** $4,000,000 $4,000,000
Minimum loan amount $100,000 $100,000
Principal & interest
Interest only
Split Loans
Additional repayments
Repay weekly, fortnightly, monthly
Fixed rate options
Application fee From $795 From $495
SMSF Review fee^^ $695 $695
Property/Bare trust Free Free
Valuation fee Varies Up to $330
Establishment fee^^^ From 1.00% N/A
Documentation fee $695 Free
Settlement fee $595 Free
Ongoing service fee (monthly) $30 $30
Discharge fee^^^^ From $395 From $395
Deferred facility fee^^^^^ From 1.00% N/A

Did you know?

SMSF commercial property loans are a great way to invest in commercial property if you don’t have the funds in your SMSF to buy a commercial investment property outright.

SuperCredit loans from Liberty are designed to work in harmony with your SMSF, enabling you to leverage the power of your super by tapping into our expertise in home finance and property investment.

Contact Liberty today to learn more about SMSF lending.

*Commercial rate provided. For our SuperCredit Residential rates, contact us on 13 11 33.

**Subject to LVR restrictions. ^Fees and charges are payable based on AAA applications. ^^SMSF review fee of $695 applies for review of existing SMSF. ^^^Establishment for AAA borrowers is $2,500 for loans below $250,000, and 1% of the loan amount for larger loans. ^^^^Discharge fee of $395 plus legal fees and government charges are due upon loan finalisation. ^^^^^Deferred Facility fee is calculated as a percentage of the loan amount and is only payable if the loan is repaid before the earlier of the end of the term or the third anniversary of settlement.