I don't have any investment properties as of yet, but I plan on build a 7-15 property portfolio by the age of 45 (I'm 21 this month, so I have plenty of time). I have every intention to build my portfolio in a trust for security reasons, but I was hoping to gather some more information on them. My main questions would be these: 1. If my property is in a trust, does that effect how my payments are made? Eg, if one was in a trust, could I have a P&I loan with a offset account on this property? 2. I know that once a property is in a trust, I can't touch the money in the account for 10 years if I want to get a reduced tax. But once the property has been in a trust for 10 years, can I take the money out however often I wanted? Eg, if a particular property was in the trust for 15 years, could I take the weeks rent from said property when I please without being hit with a big tax bill? 3. An add on from Q 2, once the trust is 10 years old or older, can I take money out as I please without having to wait another 10 years? So if after a property has been in the trust for 15 years, do I have to wait 10 years after every weeks rent to get it without being hit with the larger tax? I'm sure I'll think of many more questions that I will probably ask in the comments, but thank you to everyone in advance for your answers! Also, any information added that I didn't ask for would be greatly appreciated.