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Property Update

On 27 June 2019 Mitchell Charlesworth together with Storrar Cowdry Solicitors and Empire Commercial Finance hosted a property update seminar at Chester Racecourse.

Our expert speakers delivered informative talks around funding, legal, key tax and VAT issues, highlighting opportunities and pitfalls to be aware of in these areas, as follows:

Property Tax

Mitchell Charlesworth spoke about VAT implications to include an update on VAT reverse charges and provided a summary of the pro's and con's of different property business structures and incoporation of a property business.

Commercial Property

Emma Pierce-Kemp, of Storrar Cowdry spoke about legal issues affecting property investors and landlords including:

  • Property purchases subject to AST's and HMO's, including the potential impact of the Government's proposed changes to the eviction process
  • EPC and Asbestos Regulations
  • Schedules of Condition and Dilapidations

'Raising Finance - why use a broker?'

Empire Commercial Finance talked about the benefits of using a broker and the various types of funding that they can offer, some of which are not readily available on the High Street.

You can download a copy of the presentation slides below.

We have also produced a helpful flowchart on the VAT Reverse Charge which you can download below.

Property Update

Presentation Slides

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VAT Reverse Charge

Flowchart

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If you would like further information on this topic please contact one of our speakers below.

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