My Dad is 65. He has 3 properties, all in Victoria: Property A: PPOR house held in his own name Property B: house held in SMSF trust which he would like to move in to Property C: a block of units held in the SMSF and leased as holiday accomodation - the associated business is his primary occupation. Property C (the holiday apartments) have a non-recourse loan with NAB. The interest on the loan is about 5.87% and there is a $200/month fee attached to it. Dad would like to reduce this balance as he feel this is expensive debt. The plan is to sell Property A (the PPOR - worth about $300,000) and put that money into the SMSF to reduce the loan on Property C. He would then move into Property B. Questions: 1) What would be the best way to achieve this? Would he need to sell Property B at arms length to himself from the SMSF? Could he avoid stamp duty? 2) Is 5.87% and $200/month a reasonable rate for a non recourse loan in super? Are there many better deals around?