Landlords disadvantaged by tax relief cap.

The move to cap tax relief on buy-to-let mortgages by the former Chancellor of the Exchequer which starts next year could put private landlords at a disadvantage when calculating their tax¬† returns. This situation is causing landlords to sell properties back to themselves in an effort to reduce tax liabilities on the property they rent…

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Bleak future for BTL landlords with mortgaged properties.

The attack on the buy-to-let sector by the government since the election is certainly having its effect, new regulations and crippling taxation are putting investors who purchase mortgaged properties into a position whereby they are set to lose money within 5 years, regardless of which region they intend to invest in, that is according to…

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Continued assault on Buy-to-Let

The continued assault on buy-to-let is now having its affect, landlords are already feeling somewhat deflated as they question the viability of their business and are now considering their positions regarding their buy-to-let investments, the last attack on landlords was the increase in stamp duty to be introduced next April for buy-to-let and second homes.…

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