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Landlord licensing enforced in November 2016 - are you ready? 02/10/2016
Reades Residential on the local housing market 30/07/2016
100% mortgages are back! 01/06/2016
RICS expects house prices to rise by more than 4% a year in England and Wales 01/05/2016
 
Stamp Duty surcharge confirmed, no buy-to-let bombshells 31/03/2016
In the recent budget, the Chancellor, George Osborne, announced a number of measures, which may affect the property industry. The Chancellor confirmed that 3% stamp duty surcharge on the purchase of second homes and buy-to-let properties will go-ahead as planned.

He also announced that larger investors would not be exempt from the stamp duty changes - meaning all purchasers of buy-to-let properties will pay the additional tax.

Whilst the prospect of paying more tax was never going to be welcomed, with forecasts indicating up to 25% growth in property values over the next 4-5 years, it is thought that most investors will take the view that the additional 3% represents around seven months capital growth and simply factor this into their business plan.

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UK property prices remain broadly stable into the first quarter of 2016 01/03/2016
2016: A good year to invest in property? 02/02/2016
First time buyers struggling for finance 28/12/2015
New Section 21 rules now in force 30/10/2015
Help to Buy used for over 2,600 purchases in Wales 30/10/2015
Fire death five times more likely in rental accommodation 01/10/2015
Property prices could rise by 25% in just five years 03/08/2015
HMRC gives full details of wear-and-tear tax changes 21/07/2015
Licensing of landlords in Wales is coming - are you ready? 01/07/2015
Landlords must register tenant's deposits or risk fines 11/06/2015
Borrowers warned over fees on low-rate mortgage deals 05/05/2015
Forget general election jitters - house prices are on the up! 05/05/2015
75% of landlords not aware of tax allowance change 01/05/2015
Supply shortage fuels price growth across Britain 31/03/2015
Mandatory registration and licensing for landlords in Wales 27/02/2015
Halifax says house prices shoot up 2% in a month! 06/02/2015
UK interest rates held at 0.5% by Bank of England 08/01/2015
First-time buyers storm back to highest level in seven years 07/01/2015
Pension changes set to fuel buy to let in 2015 06/01/2015
Huge savings with Stamp Duty Land Tax Reform 20/12/2014
Stamp duty reform will boost 2015 supply to agents, says NAEA 18/12/2014
Landlords could be charged for Tenant's water bill 18/12/2014
Government launches 20% discount scheme to help first-time buyers 18/12/2014
More properties coming on rental market, says ARLA 18/12/2014
New ruling on bedrooms says size doesn't count 18/12/2014