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Is stamp duty to blame for a 20% drop in transactions in some areas?

  • 19th September 2019
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An estate agent is linking a drop in transactions of as much as 20 per cent with the stamp duty increases introduced by ex-Chancellor George Osborne back in 2014.

London agency Benham and Reeves has analysed transaction levels since Osborne’s reform of stamp duty moved from the ‘slab structure’ to a…
Source: Estate Agent News

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