Property tax – teaming up with Whitegates

    Luke Mudd
    22nd March 2023
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    Have you considered all things tax when it comes to property? We are pleased to announce that Whitegates have chosen to team up with Simpson Wood to ensure their clients are compliant  and fully informed when it comes to tax and properties that they own.

    As the largest letting agent in Huddersfield with over £100,000,000 worth of managed properties, Whitegates pride themselves on protecting your investment and ensuring that you receive a straight-talking, efficient and courteous service.

    Chan Khangura, Managing Director, says “My family and I have personally utilised the service of Simpson Wood for many years and I am delighted to offer this commercial arrangement to our clients.”

    To find out more about Whitegates, why not take a look at Whitegates website and social media pages.

    You can also have a read of our recent property tax guide by clicking the following link Tax and residential property guide

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