Limited company buy-to-let: is this switch a mistake for landlords?


Limited company buy-to-let is on the rise, but experts have warned transferring your portfolio to a company wrapper could actually leave you worse off.

It’s been a rough few years for landlords.

The pantomime villains of the property market have taken kicking after kicking from the Government, from being walloped with a 3% Stamp Duty surcharge to seeing various tax reliefs stripped back and even being enlisted in the fight against illegal immigration.

However, one shining light for landlords appears to be the limited company buy-to-let, where their properties are owned by a company set up by the landlord, rather than by the landlord as an individual.

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