Stamp Duty Tax Relief 2021 Deadline
What you need to know about the Stamp Duty Tax Relief Deadline
There’s Still Time To Save…
Stamp Duty Holiday Extended
Following the Spring Budget by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, the Stamp Duty Holiday on purchases up to £500,000 has been officially extended until the end of 30 June.
After this, you may still be able to save as the nil ban will be up to £250,000 until the end of September.
To discuss all of your options, speak to one of our advisors today.
What You Need To Do
With our expert advice, you can still save up to £15,000 on your next property purchase.
The Stamp Duty Holiday on purchases up to £500,000 ends in
Of course, there are no guarantees, as there are many links in the property purchasing chain, with the surveyor, mortgage lenders, tax advisors, local authorities and of course legals. So there will be many factors to how long your property purchase could take.
Supercharging your mortgage application with insider knowledge and having a true mortgage expert fighting your corner is absolutely the best way to reduce delays for that all-important money-saving deadline.
If you are interested in your saving eligibility, speak to one of our mortgage specialists right away.
The quickest and easiest way to find out if you can save is to speak to one of our mortgage specialists today.
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