Advisers expect the proportion of their income generated from limited company buy-to-let to increase over the next two years, according to brand new research from BestAdvice.
90% of advisers who contributed to the Limited Company Buy-to-let Report from BestAdvice Intelligence expect it to account for up to 30% of their income by 2022.
While a majority of advisers are seeing an increase in demand for limited company buy-to-let, a lack of knowledge is hampering a number of brokers from completing more cases.
These findings form part of the 62-report, which available to advisers as a free download.
Kevin Rose, editor of BestAdvice and author of the report, said: “This is the first time that advisers have been able to see a true picture of the limited company buy-to-let market.
“The report combines exclusive adviser research and a comparison of the limited company buy-to-let providers’ propositions.
“It aims to bring clarity to the sector, to deepen understanding of the propositions available, and help advisers understand where providers’ sweet spots are and how their propositions differ.”