Granting Deed of Trust to a Limited Company
Tax Planning and Financial

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10 years ago
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I have purchased the guide on Property Company Taxation from TaxCafe (Clive Bagley), I am an experienced investor but not on in property. However I wondered if anybody had used the Deed of Trust method proposed within the book to retain personal ownership whilst granting the Limited Company right to use exclusively?

I am not planning to take an income from BTL for 20+ years and looking to reinvest all profits to expand the portfolio. As a higher rate tax payer this could be attractive. In terms of existing properties, I only have 2 but £150k in equity and recently remortgaged both. I am going to setup an SPV but am considering options:

1) Use Deeds on Existing BTL and purchase new direct into SPV
2) Transfer Existing BTL into SPV and refinance and then all property would be owned by SPV
3) Use Deeds on Existing & New BTL's

Anyone using any of the above structures willing to recommend suitable resources an for professionals.

PS I know this is not a tax advice helpline and am happy to speak to professional accountants that both know of this arrangement and are prepared to advise on how to it properly.

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