April 2017 buy-to-let mortgage tax changes

YOUR GUIDE THROUGH APRIL 2017's BUY-TO-LET MORTGAGE TAX CHANGES - AND HOW YOU INVEST FOR THE FUTURE

On April 1st buy-to-let investors lost their tax relief advantage on the mortgage interest of their buy-to-let properties.
As tax relief is reduced from the current rate of 45% to the basic rate of 20%, investors will see their returns negatively affected, unless they take action now.

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Is this the death of buy-to-let?

How can investors counter these changes?

Under new tax rules, BTL investors will no longer be able to offset the full cost of their mortgage, which in turn will negatively affect the performance of their investment.
The good news is, if you are a buy-to-let investor there are still solutions for protecting and maximising your returns in this changing sector.

Download this investment guide from Select Property Group to discover how.

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