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  • loanarranger
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    No problem always glad to help.

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  • nick_noal
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    Thanks LA

    always great advice 👍

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  • loanarranger
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    If you are simply going to buy and sell Property for investment it would be SIC code 68100 ,68209 for letting and operating of own real estate.

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  • nick_noal
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    SIC code for limited company purchase

    Hi all,

    I have a purchase agreed for a buy to let property and was wondering which SIC code anyone could recommend I register the limited company under?

    The company will set up solely for the purchase of the property and the subsequent letting out of.

    I ask because have came across issues previously when a company has not had the most suitable SIC code that is specifically for property and therefore for the lender has had to take a floating charge across the whole company. Which has in turn affected my lending capacity in the future.

    Perhaps investors in a similar position would be kind
    enough to share the SIC code your own company is registered under?

    thanks

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