Landlord Incorporation Explained On Video Interview With Ranjan Bhattacharya

by Mark Alexander

9:24 AM, 20th May 2017
About A year ago

Landlord Incorporation Explained On Video Interview With Ranjan Bhattacharya

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Landlord Incorporation Explained On Video Interview With Ranjan Bhattacharya

This 10 minute video interview about landlord incorporation was recorded in April 2017, just before the doors were opened to what is believed to have been the UK’s largest landlord tax conference ever. 

When you watch this video you will learn about the legislation which can mitigate capital gains tax when a landlord business is transferred to a limited company, how partnerships can be exempt from Stamp Duty on transfers and how it is possible for landlords to retain their attractive mortgage products post incorporation. The latter point has been described by many landlords as “the Holy Grail” of landlord incorporation and has caused major upset in some parts of the mortgage industry.


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Comments

NW Landlord

14:52 PM, 22nd May 2017
About A year ago

Great interview and thanks to you and mark for assisting us through the process best thing We could have done thanks to 118 without this resource well I shudder to think

N E Landlord

11:31 AM, 28th May 2017
About A year ago

Very interesting. I hope you are able to do similar events in other regions in the future.
In your interview I believe you mention partnership a couple of times. Does this mean that only a business partnership or property that is jointly owned could benefit from this sort of arrangement.
If that is the case is this something that a single landlord who only owns property in his/her own name cannot benefit from?

NW Landlord

11:36 AM, 28th May 2017
About A year ago

If you are not in a partnership then you will get SDLT on the value of the portfolio if u are in one you get relief so it makes a massive difference

Mark Alexander

11:56 AM, 28th May 2017
About A year ago

Reply to the comment left by "NW Landlord" at "28/05/2017 - 11:36":

If you are a single landlord then yes, SDLT would be payable. However, it may be possible to restructure as a partnership now with a view to incorporating after three years. This is all explained in the download presentation.

It may well be, with the right planning, that incorporation isn't actually necessary.

As I now reside in Malta it is highly unlikely that we will be doing any more presentations in the UK this year. The Baker Street Property Meet was a one off which was only commercially viable due to the level of interest in London.

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