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This week the UK
This week the UK government announced a Stamp Duty Holiday!
This SDLT change is HUGE news for UK Investment Property, but there are some things Landlords & Property Business owners need to know
WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT there is a "Stamp Duty Holiday" on ALL residential purchases with a value up to £500,000... until the 31st March... 2021
So for first time buyers, ANY residential purchase... up to £500,000... will have ZERO Stamp Duty applied to the sale and Stamp duty ONLY kicks in ABOVE this figure
However... for anyone purchasing a SECOND residential property... which OBVIOUSLY includes Landlords and Property Investors... the additional 3% Stamp Duty WILL... SADLY... still apply
So the government are OBVIOUSLY doing this to stimulate the market because they're worried about a potential crash... and this SDLT change will CERTAINLY help... to either DELAY... or REDUCE... any slump in the market
But what does this change REALLY MEAN for property investors?
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great overview of the stamp duty changes, thanks.
Hi Tony, great videos as always. If you already have a residential property, but are buying your first property under a limited company, does the 3% stamp duty still apply? Thanks, Jack
awesome work as always
Definitely agree with you that this should stimulate the market somewhat.
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Also you mentioned carpets. Does this mean vinyl floor boards can count as chattel? And what of the garden. Does the shed count? Kitchen units? Especially if new kitchen units were installed and integrated units such as a permanent water filter system connected to the supply. Which of these items would be pushing it and which would be valid.
Just bought house for £77k split into 2 flats. Would the multiple dwelling relief exempt me from sdlt completely as each is under 40k
Very good info regarding the chattels but who scrutineers the listed costs of the chattels? Does anybody?
Hi Simon, your videos are excellent! you mentioned that the 3% surcharge doesn’t apply if you a replacing your main home (even if you own buy-to-let properties). Would the same apply to first home purchase? I am purchasing a buy-to-let through a Ltd company and hoping I won’t be hit with a 3% surcharge when I come to buy my first home in 5 or so years. Many thanks
Can you sell your house to your own Ltd company to avoid SDLT?