Residential Property SIPPs
Residential Property SIPPs - Self Invested Property Pension
Residential property SIPPs provide a powerful way to invest in real estate and avoid capital gains tax and income tax. Although direct residential property sipps are not allowed it is possible to invest via a fund. It is also possible to invest in commercial property SIPPS either directly or via funds, property unit trusts and REITs. All of these investments are covered in detail in Taxcafe's guide Tax-Free Property Investments. For more information on residential property SIPPs, visit the following link for details:
- Residential Property SIPPs - Find out how you can remain in control of your pension investments, and invest tax free in residential property and commercial property.
With capital gains tax back in the news a self-invested pension fund is one of the most powerful tax shelters available - it is possible that residential property SIPPs will become increasingly popular in the years ahead.
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