Property

The return to university for students this year has been difficult to say the least, and for those who have a rental property that they let to students the situation is also tricky. If you’re thinking of renting to students in the future, here’s an explainer on the tax implications.

Tax implications of student lets

The return to university for students this year has been difficult to say the least, and for those who have a rental property that they let to students the situation is also tricky. If you’re thinking of renting to students in the future, here’s an explainer on the tax implications.

Exploiting the staycation trend – Buying a holiday let

Exploiting the staycation trend – Buying a holiday let

Those looking to buy an investment property may wish to consider a holiday let. Not only do the second and subsequent homes benefit from SDLT savings as a result of the temporary increase in the SDLT threshold, they can also benefit from the favourable tax regime for furnished holiday lettings. Tax advantages There are special …

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Selling a property at below the probate value

Selling a property at below the probate value

The property market is often volatile but throw a Coronavirus pandemic and a stamp duty holiday into the mix and it is easy to see how property prices can vary dramatically, even in a relatively short period. If you’re in the process of selling a property under probate, here’s what you should know.

SDLT

SDLT & Linked Transactions

Where two or more property transactions involve the same buyer and seller, they may be ‘linked’ for SDLT purposes which can mean you pay more SDLT than you would if they were dealt with individually.

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