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Buy-to-let slump after stamp duty change

Published on Wednesday 17th of May 2017 09:57:25 AM in BBC

Mortgage activity in the UK buy-to-let sector has halved since the introduction of a stamp duty surcharge, figures show.Since April 2016, anyone buying a buy-to-let property or a second home has had to pay a 3% stamp duty surcharge.Some 71,100 loans were advanced for house purchases ...

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  • Total number of Likes, Shares, Tweets, Re-Tweets, Pins, Bookmarks & Stumbles :
    190
  • Amongst social networks, this article was most active on Linkedin
  • Total shares on Linkedin : 183
  • Total Plus Ones on Google : 7
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