Should I transfer to a Buy to Let Limited Company?
Should I transfer my existing Buy to Let portfolio to a limited company?
In the event that you have a current portfolio, it is conceivable to exchange ownership from your own names to a limited company if that suits your necessities and conditions.
If you choose to exchange your property portfolio with a limited company, you will trigger a deal and repurchase. Doing as such will bring about capital gains tax, stamp duty and the legal, Mortgage and valuation charges.
It is likewise imperative to take note that limited companies do have running expenses and lawful necessities, for example, documenting accounts. In any case, you will pick up the upside of tax deductible costs, for example, Mortgage broker fees and lender arrangement fees.
This is a very specific territory and if you are thinking about making this move, it’s important that you seek specialist buy to let mortgage advisor (we have some here), who will be ready to help you with the arrangement of top quality mortgage advice, backed up by introductions to appropriately experienced accountants and lawyers, if needed.
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We offer a whole host of services. The best thing to do is to get in touch with us with your individual needs and we can advise you on the next steps. But here are just a select few services we have on offer…
- Advice for first-time buyers
- Advice if you are interested in the help to buy scheme
- Right to Buy mortgage advice
- Advice on remortgaging and getting a better deal
- Mortgage advice for home movers
- Advice for Buy to Let or Let to Buy mortgages
- Advice if you have poor credit or past money issues
- Specialist mortgage advice
- Advice for the self-employed
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