Using a limited company to invest in property has many advantages. For this reason, accountants often recommend buy to let mortgages for limited companies. This legal structure can maximise tax benefits.
Finding Buy to let mortgages for limited companies can be difficult. We can provide expert solutions to this problem. Limited company buy to let mortgages come in two types. One is a limited company that is a single purpose vehicle (SPV), whose sole purpose is to invest in property. The other type of limited company Buy to let mortgage is for a trading limited company whose main trading activity is something other than property investment and the directors want to use this limited company to purchase a buy to let property.
Understanding the differences between SPVs and Trading Ltd Companies and the best solution for each type, requires specialist knowledge. As experts in arranging buy to let mortgages for limited companies, we can arrange the best solution for a Limited Company Buy To Let mortgage.
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