The chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng announced plans to cut stamp duty in the government’s mini-budget today in order to aid economic growth. The cut in stamp duty is intended to allow more people to move homes and provide first-time buyers with a better chance to get on the property market. The […]
Is Truss Set To Cut Stamp Duty?
5 Ways To Earn Passive Income Through Your Property
With rising interest rates and the cost-of-living crisis highlighting the importance of financial stability for Brits, it comes as no surprise to see them searching for ways to supplement their salaries. A study from IW Capital shows that 29% of Brits are planning to earn money through passive income sources […]
What You Need to Know About Property Investment in the Next 5 Years
Among the various types of investments that are available to the average investor, property and real estate are considered among the most secure and reliable investments. Real estate investments are rarely subject to huge crashes, and generally appreciate in value as the years pass. Property investment has always been seen […]
What The End Of Stamp Duty Holiday Means For Investors
Budget Reflection – Stamp Duty Extension
As Chancellor Rishi Sunak today confirms during the Spring Budget 2021 that the Stamp Duty Holiday deadline has been extended, we bring you reflection and commentary from some of the property industries leading figures on what they have heard coming out of parliament. Government support for coronavirus continues UK to […]
What Is Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT)?
Seeking stable investments in times of volatility
During periods of market volatility, investors look to assets to be able to quickly recover from downturns and provide long-term, stable returns on investment. With COVID-19 incurring an unprecedented level of global uncertainty, this exact process is currently playing out. As countries overcome the initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, […]
How the stamp duty holiday will reignite the buy-to-let market
The buy-to-let market has become increasingly frustrating for landlords in recent years. The phasing out of buy-to-let tax relief, combined with a ban on letting fees, deposit limits and a raft of other regulations, caused many to consider whether to invest. This hesitation naturally became heightened during the lockdown as, […]
SDLT Holiday Announced
Positive news coming out of the Houses of Parliament today as Chancellor Rishi Sunak raises the threshold for paying Stamp Duty from £125,000 to £500,000 on property until March 2021. Here what the experts have to say… Tim Hyatt, Head of Residential at Knight Frank, commented: “Moving house has a […]