Property investment

An option agreement gives a purchaser the opportunity to buy an asset such as land at a predetermined price within a specific timescale. It is often subject to a trigger such as attaining planning permission.

A conditional contract binds both parties to purchase the property if certain conditions are fulfilled.

A pre-emption rights gives the purchaser a first refusal over the property should the seller intend to dispose of the property in the future.

How we can help

We act for a number of investors using the above mechanisms to structure transactions to help the investor make a future return with a preferable taxation position.

Next Steps

Take the next step and call us on freephone number 0800 840 9294 or send us your details.

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