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Archive for the ‘Limited Company’ Category

20
Jul

Stuart Marshall of specialist expat mortgage broker, Liquid Expat Mortgages, looks at some of the questions we’ve recently been asked about the UK housing market and how it could affect UK expats and foreign nationals looking to buy UK property. Is it a Bad Time to Start a Property Portfolio? Q: ‘I am a UK…

07
Jul

As a result of the pandemic, the demand for rental property in city centre areas dropped off massively. This was largely prompted by a search for space as people stuck in city centre flats during lockdown moved out to commuter areas. Of course, with many offices being closed and work from home orders in place,…

16
Jun

With the housing market constantly evolving, Stuart Marshall of Liquid Expat Mortgages takes some time to react to the latest figures from the UK property market and unpack the implications for UK expat and foreign national investors. The Figures. House prices are still soaring. In April 2021, Rightmove reports that the average price of a…

25
May

Incredibly, we’re already into the fifth month of 2021. The world is changing, and the vaccine rollout is meaning that life is returning to some form of normality, with the UK Government’s 21st of June end date in sight. So, we thought it was time to sit down with Stuart Marshall, CEO of Liquid Expat…

11
May

This week, we’re looking at some key considerations for UK expats looking to enter the UK buy-to-let market in 2021. What’s Going to Happen to Interest Rates? The Bank of England’s base rate has been historically low for a while now and that’s something that seems set to stay. After the Coronavirus has made such…

20
Apr

What’s Happening with Cash Buyers in the Buy-to-Let Market? Fewer landlords are purchasing buy-to-let property with cash. Instead, more and more landlords are looking to utilise buy-to-let mortgages. In 2017, 62% of landlords buying rental properties bought with cash. Since then, this percentage has been steadily falling. In 2017, 62% of buy-to-let purchases were through…

23
Mar

In part four of our expat mortgages Q&A with Stuart Marshall, we look at the pros and cons of buying in cash compared to taking out a buy-to-let mortgage and the advantages of buying through a limited company. Buy-to-Let or Buy In Cash? Q: ‘I’ve worked across most of the Middle East for the last…

17
Mar

In part three of our expat mortgages Q&A with Stuart Marshall, we look at the national lockdown’s effect on UK property prices, buying in the capital, and whether prices will start to come down. Is it a Bad Time to Buy? Q: ‘With a third national lockdown still exerting its influence over the UK’s property…

26
Jan

According to UK Companies House, 41,700 new buy-to-let limited companies were formed in 2020. Information available at Companies House also suggests that, at the end of 2020, there are 228,743 active buy-to-let companies which is an all-time record. Given the benefits of buying in this way, it’s no surprise that more people are looking to…

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