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The threshold on Stamp Duty Land Tax has been raised to £500,000, saving home movers and first-time buyers an average £4,500 on a property transaction...

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/ by /Transfer of Equity

In this article we'll explain the concept of Transfer of Equity. What is a transfer of equity, whether you pay stamp duty on transfer of equity, how l...

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/ by /Remortgage

On the 19th March, The Bank of England lowered its base rate to an all-time low of 0.1%. We've heard the word ‘unprecedented' being used multiple time...

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These are unprecedented times, not just for the property industry but for life in general. Plans are being put on hold left, right and centre as peopl...

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/ by /Remortgage

We've put together this guide to help give you an understanding of the fees associated with remortgaging a property and more specifically the cost of...

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The UK property market is enjoying a 'Boris bounce' with an increase in house sales since the December general election says leading estate agent Savi...

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/ by /Lease Extension

Homeowners living in leasehold properties in England and Wales could save thousands thanks to leasehold reform proposals.

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/ by /First Time Buyer

First-time buyer numbers are continuing to recover, but raising a home deposit is still an issue for many first-time buyers.

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The Nationwide is leading calls for the Government to establish a fund that will help fill 226,000 empty homes in England. The UK's biggest building...

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/ by /First Time Buyer

First-time buyer numbers in the UK reached their highest level since 2007 last year. Figures for newcomers to home ownership are slowly returning to t...

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