The government has extended the Stamp Duty ‘holiday’, meaning people buying any of our homes can save thousands of pounds.
In a response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Chancellor had increased the threshold at which homebuyers start paying Stamp Duty from £125,000 to £500,000.
This ‘holiday’ was due to end at the end of March 2021, but it has now been extended until the end of June 2021.
It means anyone interested in buying any of our homes available for sale or shared ownership won’t have to pay the tax for the next few months.
And even after June, the threshold will be lowered to £250,000 until the end of September 2021. From October 1, the Stamp Duty holiday is set to end.
Take advantage of this by viewing the properties we have available today.