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James Hogarth

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  1. Thank you Jagrup, that is very helpful, especially given the situation is better than I had feared after skimming through the HMRC manual. Obviously I should have spent more time going through the body of text, Apologies, I feel like I've wasted your time. With regards to your last sentence... "Alternatively, you are able to purchase your BTL through a limited company first and you will still retain your lower rate of sdlt on the purchase of your main residence if you wish to do it that way round." This is because HMRC won't look through to the directors and treat any homes in a
  2. Hi Everyone, This is my first post after listening to the podcast for a few years, and unsurprisingly it relates to SDLT. Myself and my wife use to own a London flat (main residence) before we were married, which we sold back in 2016. Since then we've been in rented accommodation. We're now looking into starting our property adventure but would like some advice on the following. Given we sold a primary residence and have not completed the purchase of a replacement main residence before the 26th November 2018, it looks to us we will need to pay the additional 3% SDLT if we buy an
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