Download this informative report to discover that many forms of property ownership can be a reality using your SIPP or SSAS pension.
The Property Ownership Potential Of A Pension Using A SIPP Or SSAS
Download The Property Pension Report
If you’ve accumulated pension pots from a variety of previous and current periods of employment, it’s relatively straightforward to transfer these to a SIPP or SSAS, to use the accumulated funds to buy or invest in property.
If your fund value is insufficient to purchase the property of your choice, pension legislation allows your SIPP or SSAS to obtain a mortgage of up to 50 per cent of the pension scheme value.
Inside the property pension report entitled “Key To The Door”, you’ll discover everything you need to know about property and pensions and how they can work efficiently and effectively to unlock the potential for property ownership.
It’s arranged in a number of sections.
Property Pension Report
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INVESTMENT
Commercial property ownership in your business
BUILDING A HOME
Turning a property developer dream into reality
BUYING AT AUCTION
Sold! to your pension fund
Join the lending crowd
SPECULATE TO ACCUMULATE
The golden nugget hiding in the hills
BECOME A LANDOWNER
Escape to the country
What if I don't have enough money in my pot?
THE TAX BENEFITS OF PROPERTY IN YOUR PENSION
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