Buy to Let
In our opinion at Investinrooms, investing in buy-to-let property in the right locations and with the right product, may well turn out to be an effective way to increase the size of your pension pot and with appropriate tax relief, for example on buy-to-let mortgages, incurred costs for managing the property may well be off set against your tax bill. This would include lettings fees, furniture, insurance cover, maintenance and repairs, ground rent, council tax and bills. The wide consensus of opinion is that many pension rich people would look to invest their pension in to the property market and particularly buy-to-let property, which in the industry is largely seen as safe, reliable and more profitable way to invest savings and pensions, in comparison with the performance of stock markets over the last decade.
This off-plan investment opportunity is now being made available with a guaranteed 8% PA NET return for the first 3 years with a similar or higher yield expected from year 4 onwards. Construction is well underway with completion expected Q4 2019. There are discounts of up to 17.5% based on the market valuations with prices starting from just £83,400. Interest of up to 5% are paid on deposited funds.