R3 Mortgages
Residential & Commercial Finance Specialists

Ltd Co Buy to Lets

As property investors seek ways to minimise the impact that the changes phased in from 2017 will bring, a frequently asked question is, “Should I move my existing buy to let property portfolio from my personal name into a limited company?”.

The answer to this question is yes, but only if you want to potentially end up with a large tax bill. Ultimately, this would class as a sale and acquisition by the limited company which could result in a hefty personal capital gains tax bill as well as the associated stamp duty.

Although there are many advantages to limited company structures especially for higher and additional rate tax payers, you should speaking to your accountant or a tax professional to discuss what is right for you. If you jump on the bandwagon without doing your homework, you could be making a costly mistake.

R3 Mortgages can assist those who want mortgages for properties they want to purchase in a limited company. Please complete the form below to arrange your free no obligation 30 minute consultation. Alternatively, contact us on 01702 742 373 or e mail r3admin@r3mortgages.com

N.B R3 Mortgages are not qualified to give tax advice. The information on this site is for information purposes only and you should consultant a qualified accountant or tax professional to discuss your personal situation.

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