Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) clarity comes at a cost
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The three per cent rise in stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on second homes and Buy to Let properties introduced in George Osborne?s budget have been in effect since the beginning of April. The rise in SDLT was met with dismay among market commentators at the time of the announcement due to its likely impact on the private rented sector (PRS) ? with no exemption being provided to large-scale investors.
Further blows for Buy to Let
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George Osborne's budget brought mixed news for the property industry. The predicted 3 per cent uplift in stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on second homes and buy-to-let properties will not have come as a surprise to many.
Buy-To-Let Transformation
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It's been a bumpy ride for the buy-to-let market as the government, through various measures, attempts to slow down a sector dominated by private landlords. The intention is an honourable one as it aims to ease the housing shortage while increasing home ownership. Approximately 1.4 million people in the UK are currently landlords, and many may now need to reconsider their investments as the introduction of universal credit together with other changes put increasing pressure on them.
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