Currently on a placeent year at Hartnell Taylor Cook in Bristol, having studied my forst 2 years at the University of the West of England.Student
How do we keep investors interested in UK property?
Tax incentives for landlords of Uk property.
Overseas investors still pay the 20% rental income tax, as it is an income produced in the UK, but UK landlords have a tax incentive, reducing rental incoem tax to 15%. This would increase the competition in the market, introducing more UK investors, especially after a time of such economic concern. It would make UK investors more likely to start putting their money back into property.
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