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Will there be buying frenzy ahead of the buy-to-let Stamp Duty changes in April?

  • 27/11/2015
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This week the Chancellor shocked the housing market by announcing a 3% Stamp Duty hike for second homes and buy-to-let purchases. A consultation is yet to come but the changes will be implemented from 1 April.

Do you expect a buy-to-let buying frenzy ahead of the Stamp Duty changes in April?

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