Over the long term, investing in the UK property market can prove to be a very successful investment – which has led to the expansion of the buy to let sector.
However, the expectation of capital growth is key – as the gross return is no longer as attractive as it once was. If you invest in UK property, you will need to take a view on the likelihood of capital appreciation exceeding the impact of inflation.
In this fact sheet on "Property investment - buy to let", read more about the:-
- Factors to consider when investing in buy to let property
- Which property?
- Tenancy agreements
- Tax on rental income
- Restriction on loan interest relief for “buy to let” landlords
- Replacement of furnishings
- Capital gains tax on the sale of your buy to let property
- Student lettings
- Furnished holiday lettings
- Tax allowance for property and trading income
For further information:-
Read our blog “Thinking of setting up a Limited Company to invest in buy-to-let property?”
Read our fact sheet "Property Investments Tax Aspects"
Read our blog "Don't miss the ATED filing deadline on 30th April 2018"
If you are considering investing in buy to let properties, please do get in touch with the team of tax specialists at DRG Chartered Accountants. We would be delighted to hear from you.
DISCLAIMER: This information is for guidance only, and professional advice should be obtained before acting on any information contained herein. We will not accept any responsibility for loss to any person as a result of action taken or refrained from in consequence of the contents of this publication.