With interest rates remaining low, investing in property is still an attractive option.
As the global financial crisis began to bite in 2008, central banks in several nations took action, attempting to shock the world economy back to life by slashing base interest rates. The idea behind this kind of stimulus is to make saving less attractive, hopefully prompting people to spend instead – to buy that new car, extend the loft or, indeed, to purchase a completely new home.
But could the bubble burst?
For most landlords, property is just part of a more complex mix of investments and income, which means strategic tax planning is vital. Click this link to read our full report or talk to us for advice on property taxes – call Amanda Williams FCA or Thomas Pottinger FCA on 01276 674870.