Coronavirus COVID-19 & UK Property Market

Every part of life is currently being dictated by the Coronavirus and Government policies, the housing market is no different. To date Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has announced financial measures of £350 billion in order to help the UK economy. 20th March 2020 Bank of England cut interest rates to the lowest ever 0.1%. This is […]

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Groundbreaking – Parliament Effectively Suspends Housing Market March 2020

The government has urged people not to move house in the wake of the chaos caused by the COVID-19, Coronavirus pandemic. The property market is effectively suspended anyway, given the logistical issues of actually being able to buy and sell currently. Estate Agent’s high street offices are closed. Although they continue to work from home […]

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What is the ‘Tenant Fees Act 2019’?

Landlords and Tenants – Everything you need to know about the ‘Tenant Fees Act 2019′ On 1st June 2019, the Tenant Fees Act came into force. The Act controls what payments a landlord or letting agent are allowed to request from tenants. It also restricts what third-party charges a tenant or guarantor may be billed […]

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Stamp Duty: Will There Be Changes In 2020?

If you are buying a home in England or Northern Ireland and paying more than £125,000 (or more than £40,000 for second homes), then you will have to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) to HMRC . This applies to both freehold and leasehold properties and whether you are buying outright or using a mortgage. […]

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Buy To Let In 2020 – What Are The Changes To Tax Relief?

Buy to let properties have always been popular investments, especially over the past 20/30 years. Buying a property to let is exactly what it sounds like: you purchase a residential property with the intention of letting it out for a profit. When you buy a property to let, you become a landlord. When you become […]

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Stamp Duty: Will There Be Changes In The Near Future?

If you are buying a home in England or Northern Ireland and paying more than £125,000 (or more than £40,000 for second homes), then you will have to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) to HMRC . This applies to both freehold and leasehold properties and whether you are buying outright or using a mortgage. […]

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Sajid Javid Stamp Duty Plans

Fake News! Sajid Javid has crushed speculation of plans to transfer Stamp Duty from buyers to sellers. The statement came after TheTimes reported potential plans to change Stamp Duty to sellers so that first time buyers were saved from paying it. The piece was published on Saturday 17th August 2019 and made the claim amid […]

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ISA Deadline

The Help To Buy ISA Deadline Is Looming, Apply Now

Saving for a deposit on your first home can seem like an impossible task, with living costs and property prices always seeming to be on the rise. It sometimes feels like you will never have saved enough to finally become a homeowner. This is why the government created the Help to Buy: ISA scheme, to […]

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Bristol House Prices And Investment Soars

According to the latest Hometrack report, Bristol prices soared by 11.2 per cent last year, meaning the average property price has risen to £238,200. This is a bigger increase than even Oxford or Cambridge, and not far off London’s 13.3 per cent growth. This is despite the ongoing uncertainty caused by Brexit. Buy To Let […]

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£100bn Of Secretly Owned Property In Britain

Property worth at least £56bn is currently ‘secretly owned’ in the UK, according to Land Registry data, and likely worth more than £100bn when inflation is taken into consideration. This is according to new analysis carried out by anti-corruption organisation Global Witness. More than 87,000 properties are owned by anonymous companies registered in tax havens, […]

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