When buying to let the purchase process is similar to an “ordinary” residential property purchase although there are additional considerations and certain pitfalls to avoid. For example if you are looking to let a leasehold property your solicitor will need to ensure that the lease permits you to let the property and if you are buying with the aid of a mortgage your lender is aware and consents to the transaction. There are also certain tax implications as Income Tax must be paid on the rent, Stamp Duty Land Tax on the completion of the purchase and Capital Gains Tax when you eventually sell. We have links with specialist buy to let brokers and any member of our team will be able to help you with the intricacies of such transactions and to avoid those pitfalls.

Hazel Bourke

Residential Property & Conveyancing

Kevin Bourley

Residential Property & Conveyancing

Gillian Neil

Residential Property & Conveyancing

Laura Osler

Residential Property & Conveyancing

Jane Webb

Residential Property & Conveyancing

Matthew Clark

Residential Property & Conveyancing

Christopher Maddison

Residential Property & Conveyancing

Philip Freeman

Residential Property & Conveyancing

Simon Jones

Wills, Inheritance, Trusts and Probate & Residential Property & Conveyancing | BTMK Todmans

William Todman

Landlord & Tenant (Personal & Commerical) | BTMK Todmans

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