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Tax-efficient structures for landlords with multiple properties and strategic investments in eco-friendly property upgrades stand out as key prospects in the buy-to-let landscape, according to insights from our expert brokerage consortium for the year 2022 and beyond.
Explore the potential benefits of optimised tax wrappers tailored for portfolio landlords and discover the promising avenues presented by targeted acquisitions for sustainable renovations. In a market continually evolving, these opportunities provide a unique advantage for astute investors looking to enhance their property portfolios while aligning with environmentally conscious initiatives.
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Liz Syms, the visionary behind Connect Mortgages and Connect For Intermediaries, highlighted a pervasive trend within the industry— an assumption that customers are well-versed in the benefits of limited companies due to ongoing discussions.
Despite the appearance of familiarity, Syms recounted an enlightening conversation with a customer on the verge of acquiring their eighth buy-to-let property. Surprisingly, this seasoned investor had yet to engage in a tax discussion and was poised to make the purchase in the
ir personal name.
Moreover, Syms anticipates the emergence of a new customer segment, speculating that buy-to-let investors may strategically target properties with Energy Performance Certificate ratings below A to C. The intention would be to renovate these properties to, and possibly beyond, a C standard, thereby enhancing their investment value.
Greg Cunnington, Chief Operating Officer at LDN Finance, weighed in on the holiday let market, emphasising that what initially seemed like a pandemic-driven trend continues to gain traction, presenting a viable opportunity.
Jeremy Duncombe, Managing Director at Accord, echoed optimism, particularly in the realm of new builds. Despite the anticipated challenges in supply and demand, Duncombe foresees this sector thriving.
Credits to Mortgage Solutions: “Limited Companies | Broker Opportunities in Eco-Friendly Property Upgrades for Buy-to-Let Investments.” Until next time, stay Connected!