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    Fractional ownership... new 'in thing'?

    Hi all,

    Long time lurker, first time poster here...!

    I've got a couple of BTLs but time/cash constraints are preventing me from expanding my portfolio as much as I should be. I've seen a few "fractional ownership" startups appearing in the US (lofty.ai, realt.co) and found the concept interesting, but without FCA regulation and any knowledge of the US market I'm reluctant to put any cash their way.

    I like the handsoff management piece and being able to select specific properties, and I especially like the (supposed) liquidity and lack of lock-in. Does anyone know of anything similar in the UK? If not, am I missing something about why it doesn't exist here?

    I know that there's PropertyPartner etc but think their model is quite different to what these guys in the US are doing...

    Thanks!

    #2
    Too far away to sort out problems, when the tenant stops paying the rent.

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      #3
      I can see an advantage in cgt if i could half sell and then sell the other half in a different tax year. But i expect tax people would argue.

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        #4
        You could sell part share below £40K value in a BTL property to family members who you trust.

        Rather risky selling part share to strangers

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