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Real Estate Accountants in London

Managing expenses, budget, and overall finances and ensuring compliance with tax regulations and laws is crucial for the financial stability of a real estate property. This can be accurately done by a professional property accountant having years of industry experience.

Jungle Tax is a company having trusted real estate accountants in London. We aim to simplify accounting and tax by providing expert services in financial reporting, budgeting, bookkeeping, and tax compliance.

Whether you are a property owner or a real estate investor, our top-notch services tailored to your specific requirements can give you peace of mind, knowing that your finance is in good hands.    

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    The Advantages of Hiring Real Estate Accountants

    Our property tax accountants in London serve you in the following ways:

    Capital Gains Planning: If you sell a property that is not your primary residence, you must pay capital gains tax. In such circumstances, our property accountants will assist you in tax planning to maximise your savings.

    Non-Resident Landlords (NRL): NRLs who have property in the UK but spend around six months of the year or more abroad can take advantage of property accountants to save money on tax.

    Assist You in Tax Savings: Your property accountant will be able to devise a strategy tailored to your situation, allowing you to lower your tax burden by leveraging their experience.

    Assist You If the Law Changes: The consequences of apparently minor changes in tax laws may surprise you later. Whatever changes in tax regulations landlords face, our specialist real estate accountants will be prepared to deal with them.

    Help You in Future Planning: A real estate accountant can offer you up-to-date financial information about your business, which allows you to plan for the future in a better way.

    Real Estate Accountants in London
    Real Estate Accountants London

    Real Estate Accounting Elements

    Assets: Refers to the resources a business or people own that has current or future economic value.

    Liabilities: The debt and obligations you owe to others, such as accounts payable, payroll taxes, credit card balance, etc. 

    Equity: Refers to a firm’s assets, excluding its liabilities, while in real estate, a building’s equity is the difference between a building’s market value and the amount owed on a mortgage.

    Income: The money a firm or individual receives in exchange for services or work.

    Expenses: The costs connected with running a business.

    Duties of a Real Estate Accountant

    Our property accountants in London can perform the following duties:


    Involves making and maintaining a budget for the property, tracking cash flow, and forecasting income and spending.

    Cost Control:

    Includes finding prospective cost-cutting possibilities and implementing such strategies, including negotiating better pricing with contractors and suppliers.

    Lease Management:

    Entails keeping accurate records of lease agreements, security deposits and rent rolls, as well as ensuring compliance with all lease terms.

    Financial Reporting:

    Entails preparing financial statements such as cash flow statements, income statements, and balance sheets, as well as providing stakeholders and management with regular updates.


    Keeping correct financial records, such as the rent roll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and general ledger.

    Tax Compliance:

    Involves ensuring that the property follows all state, federal tax, and local regulations and rules, including convenient filing of payments and tax forms.

    Audit Preparation:

    Includes preparing for and participating in audits, responding to auditor questions, and ensuring that critical financial data is accurate and up to date.

    Investment Analysis:

    Includes examining any investments and recommending them to management, which may include market analysis, property evaluations and pro forma financial predictions.

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    A property accountant handles all of the money that passes through a property. This mainly entails tracking delayed rents, managing tenant rent payments, and guaranteeing correct deposit refunding when a tenancy ends.

    An accountant who provides basic accounting services will typically charge between £25- £35 per hour. More specialised services, such as business planning guidance and tax planning, might cost between £125-£150 per hour.

    Hiring a property accountant when selling a property can be beneficial as they can advise you on the optimal time to sell based on your circumstances, optimising your tax position.