If you're new to property investment or have an established portfolio, Provestor is here to help
If you're investing in property, it's important to consider your long-term goals at the start of the process.
During initial tax consultations, our expert and experienced property accountants will take the time to understand your goals, the tax impact, and then provide you with options on how best to structure your investment.
Typically, we'll cover topics such as who owns the property (including spouses and/or children), and if the property is purchased personally or via a limited company.
If you're not yet ready to appoint Provestor, we offer tax consultations for a fixed fee.Learn more about tax consultations
We specialise in the start-up and management of property businesses - including buy-to-let, holiday lets and trading companies.
As HMRC and Companies House authorised agents, we can manage the whole tax registration process, and we can even help you open a business bank account.
You'll save time (and hassle), meaning you can focus on making a successful offer on your first property.
If you already have an established property portfolio then appoint Provestor and take advantage of our unique app and expert property accountancy service.
If you already have an accountant we’ll work with them and make the transfer as smooth as possible.
Don't worry if you're behind on your accounts - our team of accountants can get everything up to date for you. Contact us today for more details.Contact us
As part of our onboarding service, we'll also set up your property portfolio in our innovative cloud accounting app. It makes day-to-day admin a breeze and you'll be ready for Making Tax Digital (MTD).
What's more, you'll also get a free one-to-one training session with your account manager, who'll teach you how to use our app and answer any questions you have.Tour our accounting app
For many landlords, buying properties via a limited company offers tax advantages. But what if you already own a rental portfolio?
Whilst it's technically possible to transfer them to a limited company, it's rarely financially viable. Instead, consider keeping your properties personally, and use a company for your next purchase. Watch our video or read our FAQs for more details.