Conveyancing

Buying property during the Stamp Duty holiday

The Stamp Duty holiday has recently been extended in an attempt to keep the property market active. The current rate of 0 per cent payable on the first £500,000 will continue until 30 June 2021. From then until 30 September 2021, the rate will be 0 per cent on the first £250,000, returning to the ...

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