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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. Is it possible for nonresidents to secure finance in LTD structures without having personal guarantees witnessed and signed? After 10 years of procrastinating on finally going to spend some of my rental income and travel Asia, however this presents a problem when trying to maintain growth as the funding partner of JV SPV for flips – as: anyone with 25%+ shareholding is required to have a personal guarantee witnessed and signed power of attorney not accepted by some lenders, preventing someone I authorise to fulfil this role even if I am a creditor of the company, I will
  3. Hi everyone, Would appreciate your advice.... I am planning to sell a London flat I have owned for around 12 years. It has been rented out through a local agent for around 8 years. I am not resident in the UK, so using an internet agent is probably difficult as I would need a local agent to show people around. I am fairly experienced with letting and buying property - but I am a complete newbie when it comes to sales! So I would greatly appreciate advice on 1) whether I should ask several agents for valuations or just the cur
  4. Hi All and Rob & Rob, Love your podcast and the forum. I have one investment flat in London and considering another. Here are my numbers with pretty conservative assumptions. Would appreciate anyone thoughts on the deal vs. holding steady with the 1 flat. Also welcome any views on buying in London now versus waiting for 2016 and a potential slow down... btw, i'm currently on assignment away from the UK, so the buy-to-let rates are higher for non-residents... Current BTL 2011 Purchase Price = 340k, 20% down + 20k other costs, July 2015 Value = 575k, LTV = 41%, Rent =
  5. The government announced that it will charge capital gains tax (CGT) on gains made by non-residents disposing of UK residential property, from April 2015. The charge will come into effect in April 2015 and apply only to gains arising from that date. Does anyone know how the value of your property will be determine on April 2015? Should a valuation of your property be assessed around this date? Any recommendations on the best way to do so? Thanks. DT
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