Limited Company Incorporation Service

Limited Company for Tax-Smart Property Investing

For expats seeking a hassle-free way to build a successful property portfolio, AHR Group can get you closer to financial freedom with our limited company incorporation service.

Get started today with our turn-key solution for property investing and in just weeks, set up a limited company, secure financing, and start building your portfolio.

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Why AHR Group?

End-to-End Service

AHR Group provides a full turn-key solution for property investing, from limited company incorporation to legals, lending, and letting. Let us take care of everything so you can focus on building your property portfolio.

Easy Limited Company Incorporation

We take care of everything from start to finish, ensuring that your limited company is set up correctly and compliant with all UK laws and regulations, so you can focus on living life, knowing that your money is working for you.

Tax-Efficient Property Investment

We help you navigate the complex world of cross-border requirements including UK tax laws to ensure that your property investments are structured in the most tax-efficient way possible, maximising your returns and minimising your liabilities.

Ongoing Support and Compliance

We provide ongoing support and assistance with all your HMRC reporting requirements, ensuring that your business runs on autopilot and you never have to worry about compliance issues or penalties.

Common Expat Limited Company Incorporation Queries

How do I set up my limited company to avoid future tax penalties?

How do I set up my limited company to avoid future tax penalties?

Setting up a limited company structure for property investment can be complex, and it is important to get it right to avoid future penalties.

AHR Group will ensure your company structure is set up correctly, and provide ongoing support to ensure you comply with all legal and tax requirements.

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I'm uncertain about ongoing HMRC reporting for my limited company.

I'm uncertain about ongoing HMRC reporting for my limited company.

With AHR Group's ongoing support, you can run your property investment business on autopilot, knowing that all necessary HMRC reporting is being taken care of by experts in property, cross-border advisory, and UK tax.

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How do I ensure my limited company structure is tax-efficient?

How do I ensure my limited company structure is tax-efficient?

AHR Group can provide tax-efficient solutions for your limited company structure, including advice on allowable expenses and tax deductions, as well as structuring your company in a tax-efficient manner.

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Property Investment: Individual vs. Limited Company Incorporation


Individuals pay income tax on rental income and capital gains tax on sale of property, with limited ability to deduct expenses.


Limited companies can deduct mortgage interest and other expenses, resulting in significant tax savings. They pay corporation tax on profits, which may be lower than the individual income tax rate.


Individuals have unlimited liability, which means their personal assets are at risk in case of lawsuits or debt.


Limited liability protects personal assets and limits risk exposure to the company’s assets only.

Estate Planning:

Passing on property to heirs can be complex, with potential inheritance tax liability.

Estate Planning:

Shares in the limited company can be passed on easily, with potential for inheritance tax relief.


Income is typically taken as rental income or by selling the property.


Income can be taken in a more tax-efficient manner through dividends. This can result in significant tax savings and greater flexibility in managing when you take income.


Limited borrowing capacity and options.


Lenders may view a company as more stable and less risky than an individual. Additionally, a limited company may have access to more financing options, such as commercial loans or crowdfunding, which may not be available to individuals.

How Our Service Works

At AHR Group, setting up a limited company for UK property investing is easy and straightforward. Here are the three simple steps to get started:

We will schedule a consultation to understand your unique needs and goals for your property investments. Our team of experts will provide tailored advice on the most suitable company structure, tax-efficient strategies, and ongoing compliance requirements.

Once we have determined the most appropriate company structure for your property investment goals, we will assist you in setting up the company.

Our team will ensure that all necessary documents are filed with Companies House, and we will provide guidance on opening a business bank account.

After your company has been formed, we provide ongoing support to ensure that your business remains compliant with HMRC and Companies House.

We handle all the ongoing reporting requirements, including annual accounts, tax returns, and VAT. Our team is always available to answer any questions and provide support as needed.

Limited Company Incorporation Advice

Speak with one of our experts during a complimentary 15-minute call, and you’ll:

  • Whether incorporating a limited company is the right option for you.
  • The best structure for your limited company based on your individual needs.
  • How we can help make the process of setting up a limited company easy and stress-free.

Take the first step towards building your property investment empire by speaking to one of our limited company incorporation specialists today.

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Expat Limited Company Incorporation FAQs

The main advantages of setting up a limited company include reduced personal liability, tax efficiency, easier access to finance, and simplified accounting and administration.

You can invest in any type of property, including residential and commercial properties, through a limited company as an expat.

The legal structure of your limited company will depend on various factors, such as your tax situation, liability concerns, and long-term goals. It is best to consult with a legal and/or financial professional to determine the best structure for your needs.

The process of setting up a limited company includes choosing a company name, registering with Companies House, appointing directors and shareholders, and completing various other legal and administrative tasks.

You may choose to work with a professional service provider to help you with the process.

The ongoing requirements for running a limited company include maintaining accurate accounting records, filing annual accounts and tax returns with HMRC, holding regular meetings with shareholders and directors, and complying with various legal and regulatory obligations.

It is important to work with a qualified accountant who can advise you on tax obligations and ensure that you are compliant with relevant tax laws and regulations.

Yes, you can obtain a mortgage for a property investment through your limited company as an expat. However, the application process may be more complex and require additional documentation.

The costs associated with setting up and running a limited company include registration fees, legal and professional fees, accounting fees, and ongoing administrative expenses.

Success as a limited company for UK property investing requires careful planning, a strong understanding of the market and industry trends, effective financial management, and a commitment to ongoing learning and development.

You can access financing for your limited company through various channels, such as traditional lenders, alternative lenders, and private investors. It is important to research your options and choose a financing option that is suitable for your needs and goals.

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