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  • Reply to Higher rate stamp duty
    by DoricPixie
    You shouldn’t have to pay the higher rate as you’re selling your main residence to buy another main residence. You have a 3 year window in which to complete the sale of your current home and complete the purchase of your new home so as long as you’re within that time frame the time spent in your...
    21-05-2022, 07:52 AM
  • Higher rate stamp duty
    by jase222
    Hi
    we are selling our main residence and moving into a buy to let I have and in a few months looking to buy another main residence for approximately 350k .
    I have now understood I will have to pay higher rate stamp duty , is there any way around it . I have used a calculator and standard...
    21-05-2022, 05:52 AM
  • Reply to Higher rate stamp duty
    by Neelix
    Afaik the only way to avoid the levy is to sell the buy to let, as well as your main home
    21-05-2022, 07:01 AM
  • Reply to Any property tax experts you can recommend please?
    by jpkeates
    It would require the consent of the trustees, one of whom could be you and it would have to be in line with the purpose of the trust.
    If you are not acting in the interest of the beneficiaries, they could try and prevent you doing what you propose.

    I am not at all sure what you're...
    20-05-2022, 16:51 PM
  • Any property tax experts you can recommend please?
    by mpppen
    Hello,
    We have a small BTL portolio of five properties. Some are in our personal names and the latter ones in a property company we set up a few years' ago when the tax rules changed.

    I'd really like to find someone who can advise us of the best way of either bringing the personal...
    03-03-2022, 20:00 PM
  • Reply to Any property tax experts you can recommend please?
    by Trevor62
    If I put the property in a trust for them, can I at a later date close the trust and take the property back?...
    20-05-2022, 16:38 PM
  • Selling a property that i own to a limited company
    by platforminc
    Hi All.


    If a property was bought on auction with cash and after the purchase the following issues were noticed after the purchase

    Movement within the building - bulging front elevation walls
    Presence of Asbestos
    Dry rot issues


    My question...
    10-04-2022, 14:20 PM
  • Reply to Selling a property that i own to a limited company
    by platforminc
    To provide an update.
    I have now got the report from the surveyor, he lists the structural issues and what he saw when he visited the property.

    Few questions.

    I have an existing company that has been going for 3 years or so, it has the following SIC codes
    • 41202 - Construction
    ...
    20-05-2022, 11:57 AM
  • Reply to Any property tax experts you can recommend please?
    by jpkeates
    You'd probably be advised (by a proper grown up legal person) to will it to your children, but into a trust if they're under 18.
    20-05-2022, 08:44 AM
  • Reply to Any property tax experts you can recommend please?
    by Trevor62
    Thank-you for the link.

    Well my issue is Tax & Assets.

    Firstly, I am in the process of building a house in my side garden, when complete I will own two properties.

    Will I have to pay stamp duty for the new build?

    Because I am an old dad and my...
    19-05-2022, 19:44 PM
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