There is some degree of truth in the statement that ‘vets are property developers in disguise’.
Given the unique nature of veterinary practice, there are significant opportunities to have property investments and property portfolios. Where practices, for example, have sold but have retained the property on a sale and leaseback arrangement, clients end up with a rental property portfolio.
We have extensive experience in all aspects of advising property-based businesses and act for a significant number of these clients. As a matter of course, we consider all possible ownership structures to secure the best tax advantage for our clients.
Find out more about how we can help you:
Farm Animal Veterinary Practices
Equine Veterinary Practices
Mixed Practices (Multi-Disciplinary Practices)
Vet Practice Managers
Start-Up Veterinary Practices
Veterinary Supply Chain
New Partners (Buying into a Practice)
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