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Buy-to-Let through a Limited Company

Buy-to-Let through a Limited Company / Limited Company Mortgage

Private landlords saw changes in their tax bills as a result of changes in buy-to-let tax relief back in 2017, which sparked an increase in the number of limited companies established for managing a rental portfolio.

The changes landlords have made to the way they operate their rental business has not only provided a great way of protecting an investment, but also a cost-effective way of boosting property profits.

But setting up a buy-to-let through a limited company isn’t always straightforward and there are certain factors that can affect profitability you need to be wary of.

Seeking expert advice can be crucial for finding the best buy-to-let mortgage deals and making the most out of your property portfolio, as interest rates are higher than those for individual landlords.

Our preferred partner network of mortgage specialists can assess your personal situation and offer professional, trusted legal and financial advice on the best approach for you.

Get in touch to find out more on how our partners can help.

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