We have specialised in commercial property acquisition and management within self invested plans since our inception over 37 years ago.
Attractive investment opportunities
We’re experts at dealing with complex investments and transactions including help with joint purchases. Please view our SIPP property purchase case study or SSAS joint property purchase case study. We also explain how and why we use side trusts where property is jointly or partly owned or is acquired in stages.
Here are just some of the properties that can be purchased within one of our self invested pensions:
- Industrial units
- Offices and shops
- Farmland and forestry
- Public houses
- Nursing homes
- Marine berth
Dentons has a very robust due diligence process for all non-regulated investments and as a result of this strict process has a company policy not to allow off-plan hotel investments. We therefore do not have any exposure to Harlequin Properties.
Please note: Overseas commercial property is not usually permitted other than in extremely limited circumstances.
We use what we know to make your client’s pension work for them. To their best advantage and within the framework of the legislation.
That’s why we can offer the following features, many of which you won’t find with our competitors:
- Joint transactions with other providers and/or individuals - please view our Staggered joint property purchase case study
- Full property investment flexibility - including overseas property
- Flexibility for your client to choose their own solicitor, valuer or lender
- No compulsory property management agent
- No obligatory block insurance
- VAT registration, where applicable
If your client is interested in holding commercial property within a self invested pension, please:
*This will help us to check if the proposed property can be held within our SIPP or SSAS, highlight if VAT applies and gather general information relating to the purchase – including bank lending (if applicable) and the solicitor involved.
If you need any help, or have any questions, please contact one of our Pension Consultants on 01483 521521.