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  1. Hi, I just need some critical advice on switching my property (off plan) to my company's names. I have invested in an off-plan property in the UK that will be complete in 12 months’ time. The property is currently under my name; however, I’m planning to set up a company to benefit from tax laws. All properties within this company will be buy-to-let and I won’t be drawing any funds for personal use but for reinvesting. I’m just wondering is this the most optimum solution for me? I have spoken to my solicitor and she told me if I was to switch the ownership from my name to
  2. Hi, I just need some critical advice on switching my property (off plan) to my company's names. I have invested in an off-plan property in the UK that will be complete in 12 months’ time. The property is currently under my name; however, I’m planning to set up a company to benefit from tax laws. All properties within this company will be buy-to-let and I won’t be drawing any funds for personal use but for reinvesting. I’m just wondering is this the most optimum solution for me? I have spoken to my solicitor and she told me if I was to switch the ownership from my name to
  3. Hi folks, thought I'd try posing a complex tax question to you clever lot after having read some incredibly in depth advice given on other threads. You may want to get a cup of tea first... Circumstances: Grandparent (A) has left 75% estate to only child (B) and 25% split to grandchildren (C + D). The IHT has been paid and probate granted leaving in the estate a mortgage-free London home that is currently let out. Ownership is still up in the air. Immediate Aims: B wants to keep the property for the income and pay off children C + D by raising a 25% LTV mortgage (75% equity). C +
  4. Hi guys, Theoretical question (for the time being). Say I set up a limited company as a sole director with bought up share capital of 65,000 £1 shares. This new company buys a property for £60,000. The company then obtains a 75% BTL mortgage for Ltd companies => £45,000. The house meets the valuation and income criteria and the mortgage is successfully obtained. After taking out this mortgage, are there any restrictions on the following: Cancelling 45,000 shares to pay back the director (aka me) £45,000 Obtain another loan in the business from private lendors
  5. Hi all, Can anyone recommend a good value insurance company which supplies Employer's Liability Insurance, Public Liability Insurance and Professional Indemnity Insurance for a limited company dealing with property? Thanks, Jon.
  6. I currently own my own company and am looking to draw some money from it to invest in a number of properties. Subject to all going well I will be looking to flip 3 out of 4, keeping 1 in 4 for longer term investment. I have been advised to set up a separate company to finance the property, as I can transfer money between the companies with greater tax benefits than withdrawing the money to myself as a dividend. I wanted to know what impact this would have on mortgages I (the company) takes out. Am I likely to get the same type of rates for example? Some pros and cons would be very usef
  7. I'm new to the property investment seen. I was wonder what is the best way to invest in property? I have herd from different people invest with a company is better? But other say investing as a individual is ? I'm slightly confused. so if there anyone who cn help? Tony
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