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Hi thank you for contacting just answer,
I am a solicitor in England and Wales and looking at your question today for you.
You have asked a lot of questions and it would be best to speak on the phone because a lot of it really needs you to have secured the right permits to run business in the uk first and to be able to get a mortgage despite of your funds,
Whereas you can register your company on the companies house register even before you come, you will need to have the appropriate investment visa to come and set up business here if you do not already have a permit. Whenever you buy a property there will be SDLT payable if the price is above the nil rate threshold and it’s cheaper for first time buyers if it’s not the company that is going to buy it,
On transfer of funds there are many ways to do this as long as you ensure declaration and your bank knowing if source otherwise monies get stopped for money laundering checks.If you get call offer please accept as you have a lot you may still need to discuss,
Any follow up please do not hesitate to send your message. I am always glad to clarify anything. All the best.
Hi, well the difference is that the title would be registered in the company name if you pay via the business and in your personal name if you pay for it yourself. Both pay stamp duty land tax and on disposal capital gains tax and for the company corporation tax too. You would register in compnay name if you do not want any personal liabilities affecting your properties.
Hi, it does not cost anything to register a company in the UK if you do it yourself. Mortgage is not easy for first time buyer, it is easy if you have good credit score and significant deposit. If you have power of attorney for your father then the property is not yours it is your father's. If you are looking to buy properties for business and not to live in then you should do it as a company - incorporated or not incorporated will have same effect.