Expert Guide

Guide to transferring property to a limited company

Is incorporation worth it?

Ultimately, there are many questions when considering if property portfolio incorporation is viable and right for your business.

Take time to plan and remind yourself of your property business strategy, including:

  • Your current, short and mid-term goals (next 1-5, 5-10 years)

  • Your long-term and future goals for your property business, including profit extraction, IHT planning etc.

Incorporating your portfolio may not be financially compatible with your goals - which is ok. Remember, that you can both own properties personally and invest via a limited company.

If you think portfolio incorporation is the right option for you, get specialist advice.

Incorporating personally owned properties into a limited company is a specialist and complex area of property tax and we recommend getting professional advice on your unique situation.

Need specific advice on incorporation relief? Book a tax consultation →

That's all folks!

We hope this guide has been helpful! If you have specific questions about incorporating your personally held portfolio, or are starting up your property business and need advice, book a consultation with our team of accountants today. No matter how you prefer to invest in property, Provestor has the expertise you need to manage your portfolio's finances and taxes.

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