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Stamp Duty News for First Time Buyers

March 25th, 2010 | No Comments | Posted in Latest News

Great news from the 2010 Budget announces from 25 March first-time buyers purchasing properties worth up to £250,000 will pay no stamp duty. We are extremely excited as this will really help first time buyers onto the property ladder. We have heard that they plan to have the scheme in place for approx two years, but while we just wait for the final points of the incentive to be confirmed, we are very happy for our First Time Buyer market to have this opportunity.

With the news from the Budget and last weeks news from Yorkshire Bank offering 95% Loan to value products to First Time Buyers, we hope that this should create a turning point that we have waiting so long for.

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