24 September 2021

US Purchasers of UK Residential Property

Private Wealth partners Charles Miéville, Emma Gillies and Rosie Schumm join podcast host, Miri Stickland, to talk about the tax and legal implications for US connected persons considering acquiring a residential property in the UK.

Charles shares his thoughts on the outlook for the residential market in the UK, as well as recent changes to the property tax regime, Emma explains some of the key cross-border issues at play and the estate planning options available, and Rosie gives her insights on what to consider in terms of protecting assets for the future in light of the changing shape of relationships.

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A Guide for US Purchasers of UK Residential Property

When acquiring UK property, US purchasers should seek advice on the broader tax and legal implications. In this report, Forsters’ partners along with specialists in the industry, share their insights on the current UK market for US buyers and how best to navigate the specific risks for US-connected clients.

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