Thank you for your question.
May I ask why you would not consider registering the property into the LTD company in the first place thus avoiding two sets of SDLT.
You can treat the consideration as a loan to the company available for repayment as and when the company cash flow/finances makes it possible.
Being a second home/investment property, SDLT payable would be
0-125k @3% £3,750
£125k-£175k @5% £2,500
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Stamp duty is a capital cost and will be added to the cost of property for accounting and tax purposes. It will not be treated as a business expense to be written off in the year of spend.
Consideration can be treated as loan and paid off as and when.
More information on sdlt on transfer of property to LTD company can be found here
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