Taxation of property

Becoming a landlord has been an attractive proposition for anyone who could raise a deposit, thanks to a prolonged period of low borrowing costs and generally rising property values.

The housing market performed exceptionally well throughout 2021, with prices now some 16% above pre-pandemic levels. However, the recent Bank of England base rate increase – along with the strain on household budgets from rising inflation – is expected to lead to just modest house price growth for 2022.

Our guide focuses on helping you consider how you invest in property, including:

  • Becoming a landlord and renting a property
  • Tax implications of buying a property
  • Other types of property letting
Taxation of property

How we can help

We can help you to understand the tax implications before you purchase a property, and the effects of using corporate structures will have on your finances. We can also discuss estate planning options that can help keep IHT liabilities to a minimum.

There are several important recent changes to the way in which property income is taxed. We can advise on the impact of these changes and keep you up to date with any further changes.

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