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Stamp Duty and the Benefits for First Time Buyers

By Webdadi Ltd published on 15/03/2018  

Anyone who is buying a property that costs more than £125,000 will have to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) in England, Northern Ireland and Wales.It doesn’t matter whether your property is leasehold or freehold. The duty still applies although residential leasehold properties are charged differently to freeholds.However, if you have never owned a property here in the UK or abroad, then Tags: Stamp Duty, First Time Buyers

Conveyancers – What are they and how do the help you?

By Datography Ltd published on 06/12/2017  

If you decide to buy or sell a property, you’ll need the help of a conveyancer to do the necessary paperwork. You can find a conveyancer through a firm of solicitors, or a licensed conveyancing firm.A conveyancer will act on your behalf when you are buying or selling a property with the conveyancers acting for the people you are selling to or buying from. The main part of their job is to obt Tags: Conveyancer, Solicitor, Stamp Duty, Tax
First-time buyers are finding it more and more difficult to save up a decent deposit and get a mortgage. This is because with the rise of house prices you need a much larger deposit than your parents did when they first bought their home.If you are saving to buy your first home then you will need to save at least 5% of the price. You will get a much better mortgage deal if you can put down 10% or Tags: Help To Buy, First Time Buyers, Mortgage, Loan, Money, Stamp Duty, Costs