Are you thinking about venturing into the world of commercial property investment through a Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) or a Small Self-Administered Scheme (SSAS) pension scheme?
We understand it can get complex. But you’re not alone. At Rubric, our commercial property solicitors are experts in the intricate world of SIPP and SSAS pension property investments.
Here we give you an insight, but please contact us if you have any questions.
The differences between SIPP and SSAS
Choosing between SIPP and SSAS depends on your circumstances and financial goals.
A SIPP is a personal pension plan that puts you in control, making it an appealing choice if commercial property investment is your goal. It’s also a preferred option for the self-employed looking to purchase their business property.
A SSAS is an occupational pension scheme allowing company directors or employees to reinvest their pension back into their business. The SSAS pension commercial property investment route can be a powerful tool for business growth.
SIPP & SSAS property specialists
Rubric’s commercial property solicitors have extensive experience in liaising with pension providers and financial advisors, advising clients on pension property matters.
Our experts can advise you on:
• Buying or selling commercial property into a pension fund, or into syndicated schemes
• Leases, assignments, and sub-letting of properties held in pension funds
• Securing mortgages against properties in pension funds
• Transferring properties between pension funds
Talk to our Head of Real Estate Asif Moghal:
0117 435 4350