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Reduction in CGT rates for commercial property

15 April 2016

Investors in commercial property will benefit from the reduction by 8 per cent in the rates of capital gains tax.

Finance Bill 2016 - issues for the real estate and construction sector
Adrian Benosiglio

31 March 2016

Following the publication of Finance Bill 2016, we consider its impact and other key measures affecting the real estate sector.

Buy-to-let investors: options if caught by the new tax changes

17 February 2016

6 April 2016 heralds the start of a series of changes for buy to let property owners, as previously reported, but what are the options going forward?

Land remediation relief - a force against Japanese Knotweed
Adrian Benosiglio

26 November 2015

Japanese knotweed is a nuisance at the very least. It can break through foundations, ruin building structures and be extremely difficult and expensive to remove. If you own land which is affected by this destructive force, the costs to remove it can be high but tax relief may be available.

Residential property

25 November 2015

Your guide to investing in UK real estate
Adrian Benosiglio

03 November 2015

Overseas investors continue to look to the UK as an attractive location to invest. But what are the key tax implications?

Property taxes - the good, the bad, and the complicated!
Joan Foster

08 July 2015

Real estate was definitely a hot topic in the Summer Budget, with both expected and unexpected changes.

Significant impact for residential property owners
Adrian Benosiglio

08 July 2015

The Summer Budget has brought a number of measures, which will impact on the real estate sector.

UK property tax complexities for overseas investors

Changes in the UK and international tax landscape have meant that the UK is no longer seen as a clear choice to purchase real estate.

Private Residence Relief - All Change

Arguably one of the most important and generous reliefs from UK capital gains tax (CGT) is the exemption available for the disposal of an individual’s home. In straight forward cases where someone owns one property which they have always lived in for the whole period of their ownership any gain arising is completely exempt from a CGT charge. However modern life is never that simple.

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