There are three main types of rental fees: some owners of rented property borrow money to buy a new home and then rent their previous home. If there is an outstanding loan for the old house and the property is used to generate income, the remaining interest on the loan or part of the interest is deductible. However, an interest deduction cannot be claimed for the loan with which the new home was purchased, as it is not used for income generation. This is the case, whether or not the loan for the new house is covered against the old house. For example, property cannot be purchased for real estate in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). They are usually acquired under a 99-year lease. Therefore, the stamp duty, preparation and registration costs that you incur when renting an ACT property are deductible to the extent that you use the property as rented property. . . .