Buy-to-let properties can provide an additional income stream and help you to support your goals. As a result, becoming a landlord is something you may have thought about.
For example, you may want to purchase a buy-to-let property to diversify your assets or provide children with an inheritance. One of the most common reasons is to fund retirement.
However, it’s also common to have concerns about buy-to-let. You may worry about understanding the regulations and tax requirements if you become a landlord.
If you’re thinking about investing in a property, there are some important things to consider first. This guide explains some of the essential things you need to know, including:
How a buy-to-let mortgage works
What taxes you may need to consider as a landlord
How to reduce tax liability
What to consider when you’re choosing a buy-to-let property
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