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    Portfolio Strategies

    My experienced forum members,

    Now I am in a bit of a dilemma - I have so far, a number of properties under my belt - The way in which i have attained these properties is by releasing equity in the house I live.

    Now my problem is that I want to invest in more properties but have ran out of finance because i have already exhausted all methods in which to raise capital.

    Now one of the potential strategies i was thinking of pursuing is forming a small company with the properties held as assets and then approaching the bank for financing for further investments - I would of course be vigilant that new investments would cover both the interest payments of the mortgage as well as the interest payments on the bank.

    How have some you kept on growing during limited finance periods? I would love to know and also a critique or any advice on my strategy would be good.

    Thank-you very much for your advice in advance.

    #2
    I would expect there to be some tax disadvantages from moving the assets into the company, however the bank would more than likely want you as a personal guarantor for any loans, removing most of the benefit from having the properties within a ltd co.

    Can't personally see the benefit of doing this - you would create an extra admin cost (annual returns, accounts etc), negliable tax benefits, etc.
    Liability statement. My liability to you is not to exceed the amount you are paying for my recommendations or advice.

    I see a bright new future, where chickens can cross the road with no fear of having their motives questioned

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      #3
      Originally posted by n_easy View Post
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      Now my problem is that I want to invest in more properties but have ran out of finance because i have already exhausted all methods in which to raise capital.

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      (No offence) but, think that means you're stuffed. Unless rich widow/widower comes along, you'll need to wait until finance frees up a bit....
      I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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        #4
        You're probably down to selling and buying well.

        Any developable gardens?

        ML
        Refer Mad Regulators to Arkell vs Pressdram.

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          #5
          Originally posted by midlandslandlord View Post
          You're probably down to selling and buying well.

          Any developable gardens?

          ML
          Developable gardens? i.e. Introduce a property in to a garden? Unfortunately not!... Although, i wouldnt mind a bit of property development...

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