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  1. Hi All First post so here goes! I'm considering building up a portfolio of BTL properties over the next few years in the UK. I'm an Irish passport holder who is currently working in Saudi, so I'm a non-UK resident investor. I worked in the UK years ago. I am currently looking at 2 options - setup my own SVP LTD company and / or a JV with a UK business partner . If financially feasible, I will likely use both strategies. As I am a foreign investor and my potential partner is a UK resident I'm unsure if it would adversely affect the business profitability and create
  2. Hello! That’s my first post and I’m looking for strategy advice. Here’s a little background to my story. Together with my wife we are planning to buy our first investment property by the end of this year. We live in Bristol and plan to buy in Liverpool a 3 bedroom house and renting rooms ideally around £400 each. We have £10k savings and we can have another 10k by November. In August we are going to remortgage our residential property releasing potentially up to £20k. Our main plan is to become financially independent as soon as possible. I earn 35k and my wife 13k with little p
  3. Hi everyone, Hoping we can get some advice from experienced property investors.... Background: My wife and I own 3 investment properties, which we bought 5 years ago - owning them personally. We are looking to add to our portfolio, but with the changes to Finance Cost relief (both higher rate tax payers), we are really starting to feel the pinch of the restrictions. Dilemma: Whether to buy our next investment personally or via a limited company. From what we can tell, the key differences are Tax rates & Mortgage rates. I'm clear on the tax rate difference (Personal = 40% on
  4. Hello, New to this site and new to buy to let investing! Considering setting up a SPV Limited Company to purchase my first BTL investment property in Scotland. Looking for advice/recommendations for a mortgage broker who can help and advice on which lenders to go for/avoid. And anything else that might be relevant! Thanks in advance.
  5. Hi, I'm Charlie from Bury in North Manchester. I'm a complete novice in the property game. Working very busily through life and realise pensions just won't cover my retirement plans. Have been talking about going into property for several years particularly following a redundancy back in 2015 however I found myself back in a full time demanding role. Looking to initially flip to raise some capital and also build a rental portfolio for the longer term. Areas of interest are local - so North Manchester towns including Bury, Ramsbottom, Tottington, Heywood, Norden,
  6. Hello, I am a new investor and understand you can take £3k out of your limited company into your personal name / year tax free as a dividend. I have three questions relating to this. 1. really I would like to continue building money within the company to invest in further buy to let properties. Therefore is it possible to take the £3k from rent/ year and immediately re invest the money as back into the company so that you could take a tax free lump sum in the future as this would in effect be your company returning the money you lent it? Ie. The same as you can remove your initi
  7. Hi, Has anyone had any experience or recommendations for a bank that will allow a new company account, which is owned by two companies. It is for a JV, we have set up a new Limited company for the project which is owned by two separate companies but struggling to find a bank account to support this structure. Any recommendations or advice would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks, Kate
  8. Hi, My mother has a mortgage free rental property worth 200k, that she would like to gift to me. I have a rental property worth 250k. My wife has a rental property worth 350k. Our income combined with the income from these properties fall within the basic tax rate. I plan to buy further investment properties in the future, therefore created a Ltd company seems the best way forward. (If only I’d started listening to The Property Podcast when we first started investing). Is it possible for my mother to gift this property to my Ltd company? Or sell it to the company for
  9. Hello , first post! Firstly just like to say what an amazing resource this is for newbies like myself! Although I do have a question that I just can’t seem to get my head around, with regards to going either LTD or sole trader, and I hope someone maybe able to explain. Could anyone explain the differences in tax’s, albeit roughly, assuming average for rates etc on the following for ltd and sole trader: Income: £30kpa BTL propertys x 2 bringing in pre tax: £12kpa Difference would be on future property’s obviously. TIA
  10. Hi all! I am currently purchasing two flats, both freehold (one ground floor and one first floor flat). This purchase will mean I will own the whole building (there are only two flats in this house that has been converted around 10/15 years ago). I've been going through the dilemma of purchasing through an LTD or not and finally concluded that LTD was the way to go; however because I am a first time landlord and the two flats are freehold I (my broker) has struggled to find competitive interest only mortgages and consequently wipe out the benefits entirely (and some) of going the L
  11. Hello everyone, I’m new to property investing and wanted to get your thoughts and advice on whether what I am thinking of doing in the future is feasible. Current Situation: I bought a flat worth £340k two years ago to live in as a first-time buyer. I incurred ~£10k of SDLT and legal expenses that I deemed capitalised hence a total cost of £350k. The initial two year fixed repayment mortgage of 1.8% is about to lapse and I am currently looking into remortgaging on a two year tracker with no early repayment charge to give me more flexibility The mortgage amoun
  12. Dear all I'm new on this so I will try to explain my query as clear as possible. I would like to buy and renovate properties, maybe starting with small spaces as a studio or similar, and then to sell them again for profits. I'm thinking to do it trough my Ltd so I can invest the money directly from my ltd account (I'm the director - no employees) I got some basics questions on the above.: A- is to buy and sell properties trough my ltd legal? Even if my ltd has been settled as a consultants company. I'm a project manager working on constructions B- are the money used to
  13. I have a Ltd property company for simple BTLs. I am looking at investing some surplus cash into peer to peer property funds. It would be preferable (from a tax perspective) to lend from my company and the company earns the interest. My accountant has indicated that this is fine. I wonder whether there may be adverse consequences from mortgage lenders if the Ltd company is engaged in this activity? Do any hubbers have experience of this?
  14. Evening all, I have set up a LTD co with myself as only director and shareholder at the moment as it was easy to do by myself and should satisfy everything from a Lenders perspective looking at my earnings etc. I have no properties purchased through this SPV yet but want to crack on soon. I have a wife and 2 infant children. I would like to eventually pass on on the wealth created to my children when I pass away so my questions are?: whats the best way to do this? can I set them up as shareholders at this early age or wait until they're older? Would it be a
  15. 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
  16. Hi Hubers, In the latest "TPP 324: Is buy-to-let dead?" Rob mentioned this in regards to tax changes: I would like to build my portfolio for the next 15 years from now and I would like to start tomorrow . Does it mean I should set up an LTD Company and keep buying properties via the company? If yes, then what is going to happen with all that income from these properties? Keep it on saving's account for the next 15 years ? I was thinking maybe I could employ my partner in the LTD company and she would take that income instead of me . What do you think? What are your ideas about
  17. Hi Hubbers, I am looking for a buy to let mortgage as an expat buying through a limited company and do not currently have any other properties to my name. I've checked out some other threads on this forum and extracted some brokers to contact including: AS Financial, Liquid Financial Services; Charcol.co.uk; Vida homeloans. I would really appreciate any tips / advice if anyone has any recommendations from their own experience in a similar position (as an expat buying through limited company). I have spoken with Liquid expat who have come up with an option at 4.3% fixed but would idea
  18. Hopefully I won't complicate my own matter.... I currently own a property by myself which I want to rent out, I'm looking to purchase with my partner (he is a FTB) but really want to avoid stamp duty, I've heard of setting up a limited company could help. But where do I start? What actions do I take to set up a company? Lastly, to avoid paying more tax, should I transfer my current property into the company name or put my new property into my companies name? Thanks in advance
  19. So i've received the following email which i have to reply to: "We now only require: - Confirmation on how the deposit money will be going into the SPV. If it’s going in as a directors loan please confirm the monthly payments, interest rate and when the full loan amount will need to be repaid. Please note the valuation has now been instructed." I've emailed my accountant to help, but seeing as i know so little about moving money into and out of a SPV i won't know the different options / if my accountant is giving me a bad option. Previou
  20. Hello everyone. My name is Cris, I’m 28 y.o. and I moved in UK with my wife last December, 2017. Back in my country I did a couple of bad investments due to a lack of strategy. Now I want to learn before I earn, so I listened to almost all 280+ podcasts and subscribed to the magazine. My goal is to become financially independent by 35 y.o. by focusing in the beginning mainly on high ROI deals. If anyone in west London has a couple of hours to kill and wants to talk property face to face (strategy, experience, future plans), I’m more than willing to buy the
  21. Hello All, I'm very excited to be here after having discovered the Property Podcast a month ago - since then I’ve been hooked! So thank you very much to Rob and Rob for the education and entertainment. Hopefully you guys can help me get off on the correct path: My goal: to build a portfolio of professional lets over the next 20 years that will generate a net income of £3k a month (plus inflation) My situation: - I own and live in a house in Cambridgeshire - Luckily I have just a touch over £100k in equity that I could currently rele
  22. Hi Everyone, I'm completely new to property and really hoping someone can give me some advice. Basically me and my sister are looking to go into property investment together, from the people we have spoken to they have said most people these days are setting themselves as a LTD company for Tax purposes. However no-one has given us any advice other than that and i'm wanting to know how i can work out if this is going to be the best route for us to go down. . . . Also someone has mentioned an SPV to me and that this is the better option than an LTD, Please can someone tell me which
  23. Hi everyone, I'm new to the Hub and just starting out on my property quest. I currently own (Mortgage) my personnel property but I'm looking to buy my first buy to let property. I can't make up my mind whether it would best to set up a ltd company and go down that route or buy in joint name with my wife. I'm close to the upper tax bracket but she is not so splitting the profit between us would make sense and keep me below the 40% tax bracket, but obviously we could only do this for a couple of properties. Basically I'm interested in the pro's and cons in se
  24. We applied for our first BTL mortgage through our Ltd Company last year and were not entirely surprised that it was insisted that the directors of the company were personal guarantors... But will this be the case forever? I have several questions: 1) Is this normal? 2) At what point will a lender lend to a Ltd Company without the requirement for guarantors? Do they start to take into account the portfolio? Capital in the bank? Previous BTLs? Thanks for taking the time to answer, Jordan
  25. Hi there, After lots of deliberation, I have decided that in order to get myself started on the property ladder and finally make my move into a career of property rentals, I am going to open up a Ltd Company. (To keep it short, my spouse owns a help to buy mortgage, meaning unless the equity loan is paid off for this home - which we cannot afford to do- , I am not allowed to apply for any other mortgage. The only way around this is to set up a Ltd company.) As someone who has not run a Ltd company before and does not know a great deal on this matter, I want to know if
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