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Old 23-07-2017, 08:11 PM
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Default Selling my BTL

i guys i'd really appreciate some help.

I bought a flat back in 2010 which I lived in for 5 years when I was single.

In 2015 I got with my current partner and i decided to rent the flat out so I spoke with a local broker and got a buy to let mortgage.

Times have moved on and i'd really like to sell the flat now so that we can buy a bigger house but i'm really worried about capital gains tax and whether anything would be due. The flat has been rented for about the last 20 months.

Can anyone advise me if capital gains tax would be due?

Thanks!

Bev
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