We were talking property a while back and someone posed the following question, If I have an entity (lets call it a company with trust) which purchases an investment property. The property is rented for a couple of years - and then, for what ever reason, I decide to make it my PPOR. However, I cant claim it as my PPOR, as I dont own it - The co/trust does. Can I rent it from my own company (at market rates) and still claim the property expenses legitimately through the company/trust? From a net position, there may not be any real benifit in doing this. However, if the property is not available for rent - unless I am mistaken - you cant claim any expenses on it at all. Would there be any benifit in doing so? Is this legal/legitmate? I know 'related entities' can have commercial arrangements (usually in relation to renting commercial property to each other). Would this be any different. Cheers Blacky *for clarity I am not considering doing this. It was just a question someone asked and I didnt know the answer.