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U.K. Documents | 21 November 2017 Cutting Stamp Duty for FTBs Will Boost Prices, not Home Ownership
Reforms to Stamp Duty Land Tax paid by first-time buyers likely will take centre stage in the Budget. At the Conservatives' party conference, Theresa May pledged another £10B to expand the Help to Buy Scheme, which helps first-time buyers obtain a mortgage which just a 5% deposit.

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21 November 2017 Cutting Stamp Duty for FTBs Will Boost Prices, not Home Ownership

By Samuel Tombs

Reforms to Stamp Duty Land Tax paid by first-time buyers likely will take centre stage in the Budget. At the Conservatives' party conference, Theresa May pledged another £10B to expand the Help to Buy Scheme, which helps first-time buyers obtain a mortgage which just a 5% deposit.

Posted: 20th Nov 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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