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Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Stamp Duty Changes you'll want to know about from July 2021

The stamp duty holiday has been a hot topic in the housing industry over the last year. Although the scheme was recently extended, changes are coming into play this July as we see the phasing out of the stamp duty holiday scheme begin.

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Stamp duty holiday help extended until September in today’s Budget announcement!

The Stamp Duty Holiday will finish at the end of June, with a fade-out scheme to run until the end of September. We've broken it down into what you'll pay during which months! Find out more...

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021

What does the new 5% deposit mortgage guarantee means for you?

It's official! Mr. Sunak has confirmed that the Government will guarantee loans to buyers (that's right, not only first-time buyers!) worth 95% of the purchase price on properties valued at up to £600,000! How will the new 95% Mortgage Guarantee Scheme work?

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Thursday, February 25, 2021

Stamp duty holiday ‘to be extended until June 2021', but what does it mean for home buyers and sellers?

Chancellor Rishi Sunak will be moving the much-debated Stamp Duty Holiday deadline from 31 March to the end of June, as part of his Budget plans next week! But what is the Stamp Duty, what is the Stamp Duty Holiday, and how does the extension affect home buyers and home sellers?

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Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Brexit: The Effect on Mortgage Rates and House Prices in 2021

Find out how Brexit will affect House Prices and Mortgage Rates in 2021. Whether we like it or not, the UK is leaving the EU and changes are afoot. How will Brexit affect the housing industry?

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Monday, July 27, 2020

Negative Interest Rates And Mortgage Speculations

The COVID-19 pandemic has launched the financial world into unprecedented territories. Many businesses have come to a standstill, and further growth and development seem to be uncertain for many sectors. As a way to diminish the resulting financial burden and to increase cash flow, some countries...

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