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I am about to buy a property via a limited company. One I think would be likely to eventually sell for £520,000 to £540,000 which I think would be good value.
The other ones I own were values recently at between £350k and £425k when I extended the lease last June 2017.
As I am buying through a limited company I am aware ATED comes into play. However as I am renting the property out and never intend to live in it myself I believe I can make a Relief Declaration Return.
This can be done via the government gateway. Is that is easy as it sounds?
Anyone experience of making a Relief Declaration Return?
In most cases for Property118 Landlords from .Gov click here
There are several reliefs and exemptions that mean you might not have to pay any ATED on your property or may reduce the amount you have to pay.
Reliefs you can claim
You may be able to claim relief for your property if it is:
- let to a third party on a commercial basis and isn’t, at any time, occupied (or available for occupation) by anyone connected with the owner
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