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Here's the one you probably didn't know about...
Discover how you can buy an overseas property using your pension. Yes, that's right... your pension!
In fact, it gets even better. If you are looking at your overseas property as an investment, buying through your pension may mean you can access properties with discounts of up to 50%.
Many people are now discovering these opportunities. So, how does it work?
In the same way that traditionally you used to use a combination of cash and/or a mortgage to fund your overseas property purchase. Now you can exchange the cash element for your pension fund... simple!
How much money do I need in my old pension?
Deposits for overseas investment properties start at only £30,000 so the opportunity to buy with your pension is open to most people who have one as they should be at least worth this much.
How do I find the value of my old pension?
Our property investment team can help research this for you free of charge.
How do I know if my old pension qualifies for use as a deposit to buy a property?
Almost every pension can be used as a deposit to help in a property purchase. There may need to be some work done but don't worry, we can help with this for you.
I've not owned investment property before, what problems will I encounter?
The property will be fully managed and maintained for you leaving you to enjoy the returns that property ownership offers without the hassle.
What are the benefits of buying with my pension?
If you buy a property with your pension you will not have to pay capital gains tax or income tax on any monies earned.
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