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PROMOTION Stamp duty exemption Now is the time to consider moving to a new home Nest site in Swaffham, a three- W pile much was made of Chancellor Rishi Sunak's generosity in offering us all E10 off bedroom semi-detached house with garage costing E245,000 would have incurred a stamp dutycharge of £2400 - until March there is no stamp duty our restaurant bills in his 'Eat Out to Help Our' initiative, for home buyers his post-Covid largesse has to pay at all. Incidentally, the stamp duny holiday does not affect the availability of other government initiatives aimed at supporting home buyers, so it's perfectly possible to take advantage of both Help To Buyand the stampduty holiday on the same property. been rather more generous - offering a discount on Stamp Duty of up to E15,000 for those buying before the end of March next year. Mr Sunak announced in June that he was waiving the transaction tax for properties under £500,000 - effectively makingall but the largesthomes exempt from Stamp Duty. Even for those costing over that price, the first half a million of the price is still exempt, giving them a generous E15,000 discount as well. Because Stamp Duty is payable by the buyer, funds for this, alongwith the deposit, legal and removal costs ete, are all required to be paid for in a very short space of time. Anyone who has been thinking about making the move would be well-advised to ensure they have completed their move by the end of March, if the build program allows, to benefit from this generous saving Theannouncement has seen a rush of buyerscoming tothe market, and it's possible that come the new year, this may lead to a shortage of properties available for completion before the end of March. So the message is clear if you want to take advantage of Mr Sunak's generosity on stamp duty, it's best not to delay. For more details on properties available, then please do visit www.ablehomes.co.uk or call 01953 884486, Even for those lookingatmore modest properties, the savings are substantial. For example, at Abel Homes' Swan's Hares Green BiN B. NHBC Pride in the Abel Swarr Nest Homes PROMOTION Stamp duty exemption Now is the time to consider moving to a new home Nest site in Swaffham, a three- W pile much was made of Chancellor Rishi Sunak's generosity in offering us all E10 off bedroom semi-detached house with garage costing E245,000 would have incurred a stamp dutycharge of £2400 - until March there is no stamp duty our restaurant bills in his 'Eat Out to Help Our' initiative, for home buyers his post-Covid largesse has to pay at all. Incidentally, the stamp duny holiday does not affect the availability of other government initiatives aimed at supporting home buyers, so it's perfectly possible to take advantage of both Help To Buyand the stampduty holiday on the same property. been rather more generous - offering a discount on Stamp Duty of up to E15,000 for those buying before the end of March next year. Mr Sunak announced in June that he was waiving the transaction tax for properties under £500,000 - effectively makingall but the largesthomes exempt from Stamp Duty. Even for those costing over that price, the first half a million of the price is still exempt, giving them a generous E15,000 discount as well. Because Stamp Duty is payable by the buyer, funds for this, alongwith the deposit, legal and removal costs ete, are all required to be paid for in a very short space of time. Anyone who has been thinking about making the move would be well-advised to ensure they have completed their move by the end of March, if the build program allows, to benefit from this generous saving Theannouncement has seen a rush of buyerscoming tothe market, and it's possible that come the new year, this may lead to a shortage of properties available for completion before the end of March. So the message is clear if you want to take advantage of Mr Sunak's generosity on stamp duty, it's best not to delay. For more details on properties available, then please do visit www.ablehomes.co.uk or call 01953 884486, Even for those lookingatmore modest properties, the savings are substantial. For example, at Abel Homes' Swan's Hares Green BiN B. NHBC Pride in the Abel Swarr Nest Homes