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Perhaps the solutions to tax and stamp duty hikes for buy to let landlords are strictly limited

Posted: 08/03/2016
By: Admin

The new financial year will bring a Treasury double whammy for most private buy to let investors: the loss of ability to claim mortgage interest costs against income received and a 3% increase in Stamp Duty for the purchase of …

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Thoughts on the Local Housing Market

Posted: 24/02/2016
By: Admin

The local housing market has started 2016 in buoyant fashion in line with national trends, with the RICS reporting a net increase in sales instructed for the first time in a year. Some of this may be due to activity …

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Are potential first time buyers missing out on Help to Buy

Posted: 24/02/2016
By: Admin

Earlier this month the Halifax reported that the numbers of first time buyers last year dropped 0.5% to 310,000 from 311,700 in the previous year. This is despite the Governments attempts to boost this sector of the market with its …

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House Prices to rise by over 20% in the next five years

Posted: 06/11/2015
By: Simpson and Partners, Northampton

The Centre for Economics and Business Research, a leading consultancy, is predicting that by 2020 house prices will be 23% higher than now and this is also born out by similar forecasts based on the Nationwide’s house price index suggesting …

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