Deed of Trusts and Limited Companies

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16 years ago
I want to use a Limited Company to purchase property and my accountants have advised that the limited company of which myself and my partner own, is suitable for this purpose and furthermore it's assets can be utilised for this purpose.

It has been further commented that it is possible for property purchased to held by Deed of Trust in the Company thus allowing:

myself and my partner to purchase property in our own names using an 85% Buy to Let mortgage whilst using the assets of the company for the purpose of the purchase

and also for the purpose of benefitting from the taxation rules realting to Limited companies

I would be grateful for advice in this matter.
Yours faithfully
Bryan McSwiney 07957 888393

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