House prices are predicted to fall following the end of the stamp duty holiday and tax bills are high. If you’re a portfolio landlord, now is the perfect window to sell part or all of your buy-to-lets, from the experts who know exactly how to do it, for the best price.
We’re all in the same boat, having built up a handful of properties in our portfolio, we’re now facing higher tax bills than ever before, and the fear of our portfolios losing their value when the stamp duty holiday ends. As a private landlord myself, I understand all the challenges landlords are facing right now. It’s why I believe we have the best team in the business to help, with over 20 years of experience behind us to solve every landlord problem, no matter what the problem. I’ve personally got 2,500 houses over the line and sold, even with tenants still in the properties. There’s no issue myself and my team can’t overcome, delivering win-win solutions for landlords, so they can sit back and relax knowing everything is in hand.
A study conducted by landlord insurance provider Simply Business found that over a quarter of landlords have already made the decision to reduce the size of their property portfolios. That number is set to increase as landlords cash in whilst they can still get the best prices before the 30st June. You need a company you can trust, who will take away the hassle, and make sure you get the best price, fast. That’s where we come in.
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Who Pays Capital Gains Tax (CGT)?
Capital gains tax on property Capital gains tax is payable on the sale of second homes and buy-to-let property. You generally won’t need to pay the tax when selling your main home (unless you have developed it to use parts of it for business)- however, you may also need to pay CGT if your home is partly used as a business premises, or you lease out part of your property.
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For a landlord from Wandsworth who responded to our last email, that’s exactly how he celebrated his week when we sold his entire portfolio of 5 tenanted properties in less than a month, releasing over £500,000 in cash with zero hassle, worry or stress while we sorted out any problems on his behalf.
Established in 2006, it’s just one example of why we pride ourselves with our “any problem we can fix” formula, led by myself, founder and industry expert, David Coughlin.
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My journey from modest beginnings to a Cambridge postgraduate owning a 100-property portfolio landlord is one of the private rental market’s more extraordinary journeys and one you can read here in full in Landlordzone’s spotlight feature on experts in the industry.
Now for the first time ever, I have decided to share my journey and expertise.
David Coughlin, CEO National Residential
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By David Coughlin, CEO National Residential.
We pride ourselves with our “any problem we can fix” formula.
David is a Cambridge postgraduate landlord who owns a 100-property portfolio. He is one of the private rental market’s more extraordinary journeys and has been featured in several Landlord organisations including Landlordzone’s spotlight feature on experts in the industry.
Take The Stress Out Of Trying To Sell A Property With Difficult Tenants
In these current times, there are a few challenges landlords may face when trying to sell their properties. Trying to sell a property while dealing with difficult tenants can be top of the list, but it doesn’t have to be.
It’s time to bring in the professionals to take those worries off your hands.
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If you’re a landlord, and you haven’t yet heard of us here at National Residential, there’s a good chance you’ll want to. Established in 2006, we pride ourselves with our “any problem we can fix” formula, led by myself, founder and industry expert, David Coughlin.
Helping Landlords Sell
Being a private landlord myself, with 100 properties in my portfolio, I first-hand understand the issues and challenges facing landlords today. It’s about overcoming solutions fast, but also in a way that means both the landlord and the tenant are happy. With National Residential, we’ve found the sweet spot when it comes to helping landlords sell, so we’ve become experts in taking away the stress. We know how to solve every barrier that landlords come up against, even for example when they can’t gain access to their own properties.
How do I get the best price for my buy-to-let?
This is where I and my team at National Residential go above and beyond to get you the highest price for your buy-to-let, no matter what challenges you need to overcome. Be that negotiating with your tenants, sorting out repairs, and even helping tenants relocate, we have the best team to do it all and have the track record to prove it.
The result? We deliver you the best price possible, fast, no problems.
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Tax expert David James provides this advice for Investors.
HMRC has recently changed its guidance for stamp duty and multiple dwellings relief claims. How have the changes impacted you and are you entitled to a stamp duty refund?
Last month, HMRC changed its guidance surrounding the 3% stamp duty surcharge on second homes or property investments in the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) Manual. The changes state that the 3% surcharge will not apply if an investor purchases a non-residential property or a mixed-use property. These transactions will instead be taxed at the non-residential rates of stamp duty.
Also, when a buyer purchases more than one property in the same transaction or within a linked transaction, multiple dwellings relief is available. This can significantly reduce the stamp duty bill. However, when this relief is claimed on a mixed-use property, this is when things become complicated.
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