What could the Stamp Duty Holiday mean for you?

Aug 6th 2020

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced on the 8th of July that the Stamp Duty threshold will temporarily raise from £125,000 to £500,000 until March 2021 in a bid to boost the property market.  Stamp Duty must be paid on either buying a property...

How will the Chancellor Rishi Sonak's Summer Economic Update affect the property market?

Aug 6th 2020

The most significant announcement affecting the property market is the Stamp Duty Holiday, which has increased the threshold at which stamp duty is paid on property purchases. This is good for both first-time buyers and homeowners who are looking to...

Stamp Duty Holiday Explained

Aug 6th 2020

With the recent Stamp Duty changes, there are many questions in how this affects property purchases until March 2021. How much will I save on Stamp Duty? What if I am buying a property worth more than £500,000? As a property investor, will I benefit...

Stamp Duty Payment Holiday

Aug 6th 2020

The chancellor Rishi Sunak has today announced a temporary holiday on stamp duty on the first £500,000 on all property sales in England and Northern Ireland.  This payment holiday will be temporary until next March to boost the property market and...

Quick and easy ways to make your new place feel like home

Aug 6th 2020

We've written a blog containing quick and easy ways to make your new house or flat feel like a home in no time. Get the paint out When you move to your new house or flat, one of the quickest ways to breathe new life into every room, is by painting...

Preparing to Sell your Property

Aug 6th 2020

First Impressions In the property market, First Impressions count, and how your property is presented from the outside and inside, can make a big difference in how potential buyers will see your property. On average, a potential buyer will decide...