• Tim Earle

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 【投資蘇格蘭】避免非本地居民2%印花稅


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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿【投資蘇格蘭】避免非本地居民的2%印花稅


儘管英國這個最著名的一部份因其旅遊勝地和美麗的鄉村而聞名於世,但迄今為止,很少有國際投資者能夠利用這個獨立國家提供的機會。但是,由於香港精明的投資者越來越感興趣,這種情況現在正在改變。


蘇格蘭最明顯的好處之一是,所有物業通常都是永久業權。如果您正在考慮購買公寓,而與在英格蘭購買的公寓相比,這是一個明顯的好處。在英格蘭,絕大多數公寓都是以租賃方式出售。

蘇格蘭物業的好處

  • 所有物業以永久業權出售

  • 海外買家無需付2%印花稅附加費

  • 輕鬆獲得低價的永久業權投資

  • 收益率通常高於英格蘭的平均水平

  • 許多地區實現了高於平均水平的資本增長

  • 簡化物業交易流程


租賃產權 與 永久產權

目前,英國政府對租賃持有人要應付英格蘭的永久業權持有人和地租進行了重大審查。限制性租賃和不公平的地租條款,(根據租賃條款,地租可雙倍和三倍)意味著英格蘭的租賃持有人可能要處理許多複雜的問題,這可能非常昂貴,甚至使他們無法賣掉物業。


能夠以永久業權買低價和高收益的蘇格蘭公寓,這意味著您不必處理這些問題。


英格蘭的印花稅與蘇格蘭的LBTT

從2021年4月1日起,英國政府將徵收非本地居民的2%印花稅附加費。在當前的印花稅假期結束時,這將增加海外買家在英國投資的成本。但是,蘇格蘭有自己的印花稅制,稱為土地和建築物交易稅(LBTT),並且不徵收非居民附加費。目前,買樓出租和第二套房不超過250,000英鎊的LBTT稅率為4%。


海星物業投資也在整個蘇格蘭提供投資物業。如果您想了解更多,歡迎聯絡,免費諮詢!


天哥 Tim Earle


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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿【Invest in Scotland】AVOID Non-Resident Stamp Duty Surcharge


Whilst this most famous part of the UK is well known around the world for its tourist attractions and beautiful countryside, to date very few international investors have taken advantage of the opportunities available in this independent nation. But that is now changing thanks to growing interest from astute investors in Hong Kong.


One of the most obvious benefits in Scotland is that all property is typically owned on a freehold basis. This is a clear benefit if you are considering the purchase of an apartment when compared to purchasing in England, where the vast majority of apartments are sold as leasehold.


Benefits of Scottish Property

  • All properties sold as freehold

  • The 2% non-resident stamp duty surcharge is NOT applicable

  • Easily access to low-priced freehold investments

  • Yields are typically above the average in England

  • Many areas achieving above average capital growth

  • Simplified conveyancing process


Leasehold vs. Freehold

Leases and the ground rents payable by leaseholders to freeholders in England are currently the subject of a major review by the UK Government. Restrictive leases and unfair ground rent terms (which can see ground rent charges doubling and tripling under the terms of the lease) mean owners of leasehold properties in England can have many issues to deal with which can be expensive and even prevent them from being able to sell their property.


Being able to buy low-priced, high yielding apartments in Scotland on a freehold basis means that you do not have to deal with these complicated issues. You are also able to access good quality freehold property at price levels typically not accessible in England.


Stamp Duty in England vs. LBTT in Scotland

The UK Government will impose an additional 2% non-resident surcharge on the current stamp duty payable from 1st April 2021. At the end of the current stamp duty holiday period, this will have a major impact on the cost of buying in England for a non-resident. However, Scotland has its own stamp duty equivalent known as Land & Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) and the non-resident surcharge will not be applied. The current rate of LBTT for buy-to-let and second homes up to GBP250,000 is currently 4%.


Starfish offers investment properties all across Scotland. If you wish to know more, please contact us for free consultation!


Tim Earle